California is partway through a deliberate pause in processing an avalanche of unemployment claims that poured into the embattled state labor agency amid coronavirus-linked business shutdowns -- and state officials disclosed on Thursday a backlog of jobless claims that is still about 1.6 million.
These 350 impacted Swiggy employees will continue to avail health insurance benefits till December and an extra month of ex-gratia will also be offered for every year with the organisation.
Uber is laying off 600 employees in India as a part of the company’s recent announced global job cuts. This comes a week after Ola laid off about 1,400 employees in the country.
More than 2 million Californians have recently filed for jobless benefits, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday, and state officials are scrambling to get newly out-of-work residents the larger unemployment benefits enabled by the federal CARES Act to ease coronavirus-spawned economic devastation.