ATLANTA The date is still unclear.
Just under 2,800 state employees have applied for unemployment compensation during the partial government shutdown, including some 1
Government Operations for three weeks – until February 15 – and To pay the workers concerned "very quickly or as soon as possible" a refund.
The reimbursement would result in unemployment benefits being repaid by the workers.
"The Department of Labor is still formulating the process of how and when the escaped workers must repay their unemployment benefits," the State Department Labor Department spokesman David Bennett said via e-mail.
Many federal employees in Georgia have relied on unemployment benefits to offset part of their lost pay during the closure. Federal workers accounted for one in seven people who filed new jobless claims in Georgia last week.
The latest numbers do not include this week's signing, when it became clear that many affected workers would miss a second paycheck in a row.
In Georgia, around 16,000 federal employees are directly affected by the closure. Many of them were not qualified for unemployment if they worked as important state employees but were not paid by the state.
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