Kansas implements changes for people to receive unemployment benefits
TOPEKA, Kan. — The Kansas state legislature passed the “My Reemployment Plan.”
It’s aimed at getting out-of-work Kansans back in the workforce.
People receiving benefits for three continuous weeks must submit their résumé through Kansasworks.com.
They also must complete and submit a job search plan form.
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