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Ohio relaxes unemployment regulations in response to COVID-19

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On March 16, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed an executive order that will make it easier for some Ohio workers to receive unemployment benefits during the emergency declaration period associated with COVID-19 and will relax some penalties on Ohio employers. The highlights of the executive order are:

For highlights of the executive order, read the Client Alert here.

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