Wednesday, May 26, 10:00am EDT.
Unemployment in Florida reached an all-time high in March 2010. How does this affect libraries? The need to file unemployment claims online is creating an overwhelming demand for public access computing at Florida public libraries. Join us for a guided tour of the unemployment compensation process led by Audra Wiggins, Michael Mills and Diane McIntyre. Learn what information your patrons need to have available during the online process, general information about questions claimants are asked, how long it might take to fill out an application, and more.
- Audra Wiggins, Program Manager, Unemployment Compensation Services
- Diane McIntyre, Unemployment Compensation Program Supervisor
- Michael Mills, Employment Security Representative I
Moderator: Karen Clinton Brown, State Library and Archives of Florida, Office of Community Development, Library Program Specialist for E-Government
Recordings of previous E-Government webinars hosted by the State Library and Archives of Florida are available. For information on how to access E-Government in Public Libraries: Legal Concerns with Mary Minow, or E-Government: Tips, Tools, and Best Practices with Nancy Fredericks, contact Karen Clinton Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or 850.245.6633.