The National Bargaining Council for the Electrical Industry has attempted to assist employers and employees with the submission of UIF claims to the UIF. The process did not run as seamlessly as it should have. Below please see a letter from the NBCEI detailing the challenges encountered with UIF applications as well as the way forward.
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