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Federal government employees encouraged to prepare in case of federal government shutdown if planning to apply for Unemployment Insurance

UI benefits received will be required to be paid back to state if backpay is issued by employer
Federal employees in New Mexico who may be deemed “non-essential” and furloughed due to the temporary federal government shutdown may file for Unemployment Insurance benefits as soon the first day the shutdown occurs. The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) encourages any federal employees who might want to apply for unemployment insurance (UI) to prepare now by ensuring they have the necessary documentation and information needed.

Human Rights Commission Hearing Notice

The Human Rights Commission will hold a hearing in Marianne Griego v. AFC Acquisition Corporation, HRB Case No. 22-03-0198-S on September 28, 2023. The hearing will be held on Zoom virtual platform beginning at 9:00 AM.

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