State Governments to Force Employers to Ignore Employment History

By | February 24, 2012

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  1. Micky Dennis

    As an employer, I know that when you hire one of these chronically unemployed people, you soon find out why they have spent so much time not working. They show up late, don’t do their job, etc. They may be attempting to get fired. Here in GA, in the past 2 to 3 years, just about everyone gets unemployment, no matter why they were fired. One of these losers just has to show up for work a few days, do a bad job, then they can get back on unemployment for 99 more weeks. I once got a letter from the Dept of Labor stating that it was not the employee’s job she could not do her job as an lpn (she couldn’t record vitals, etc). Then whose fault is it? She said she was an LPN!