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Nebraska's DOL partners with Geographic Solutions to create country's first fully integrated labor exchange, UI, labor market information, and appeals system with tax functionality included.

Geographic Solutions, in partnership with the Nebraska Department of Labor, announces the incorporation of tax functionality within the state’s workforce and unemployment insurance benefits system, NEworks.

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In his new role, Birge will focus on working with Geographic Solutions' customers to better understand their evolving business needs, help them maximize their return on investment, share best practices, and obtain user feedback to guide future development efforts.

Geographic Solutions Marks 30 Years of Innovation, Leading the Industry with Groundbreaking Workforce Software

Geographic Solutions announces its 30th anniversary, and pledges to remain committed to helping people find meaningful work.

Geographic Solutions Announces Hiring of Business Development Executive for International Market

In his new role, Plenby will be based in Miami and focus on business development, sales, and partnerships in the Latin America Region as well as Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

'Texas is hiring:' Texas unemployment continues to drop, jobs are still available

Businesses are still struggling to fill open positions even as the unemployment rate drops.

Cisco UCS Server Sets 14 Performance Record Benchmarks

Cisco has world records across a range of benchmarks showing that UCS C245 M6 server is a versatile platform for almost any application.

Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry Modernizes Their Unemployment Compensation System

Geographic Solutions is proud to announce the launch of a new Unemployment Compensation system in partnership with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Department of Labor & Industry.

Nebraska unemployment rate tied for lowest in nation
How will restaurants manage the workforce in 2022?

Expect higher pay and more benefits. But don’t anticipate a legion of robots. Analysts expect restaurants will continue to increase their demand for workers as capacity restrictions ease in the COVID-19 vaccine era.