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    March 24, 2020

    Filing Tips for Unemployment Benefits Redux

    Confused about filing for unemployment benefits during the coronavirus pandemic? Victor Forberger reviews the process step by step.


    According to the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development’s website, initial applications for unemployment benefits are 20 times the number from this time last year.

    Victor Forberger outlines the process for filing an unemployment claim, and discusses expectations in the age of the coronavirus pandemic.

    Find out more in his article Filing tips for unemployment benefits redux, in Forberger’s Wisconsin Unemployment blog.

    Victor Forberger (Northeastern University 1997) is a labor and employment attorney living in Madison.​

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