State Rep. Dan Brady offers tips for those seeking Unemployment or Aid
Written by WZND Newsroom on April 10, 2020
Photo courtesy to Dan Brady website
SPRINGFIELD, Ill.- Many of the people filing for unemployment or aid, and are doing it for the first time in their lives. Not to mention systems are overloaded.
Republican State Representative Dan Brady on Tuesday, April 14, will host a public conference call outlining information to help local small businesses and workers impacted by the Coronavirus crisis.
Brady will offer tips to those impacted on how to navigate unemployment procedures and programs.
“The vast majority of calls coming into my office recently are from local workers and families who need help navigating the process for applying for unemployment benefits with the Department of Employment Security,” said Brady. “We will go over the process and answer questions on our Tuesday call.”
Brady said he will will also go over state and federal programs available to help small businesses get through this difficult time.
Brady’s conference call will begin at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.
Brady’s office can have up to 500 people participating at one time on the call.
“With such a large group it would obviously be a bit chaotic to take live questions on the call, so I am asking everyone with specific questions to please email them to me,” said Brady.