Procedural Change to Wisconsin’s Unemployment Insurance Posting

Starting May 24, 2017, unemployment claims in the state of Wisconsin must be filed online. The Division of Unemployment Insurance is retiring the automated telephone filing system. The goal of switching online is to help make the process easier and faster for claimants. Claimants will have access to their claim information seven days a week.

The Department of Workforce Development has updated the mandatory Notice to Employees about Applying for Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance by providing details regarding online filing and removing information about applying via telephone. The posting also lists the information needed to apply online and the steps necessary to submit the application. If an individual has questions using the online service or cannot go online, he or she may call the Department of Workforce Development during business hours for assistance.

All Wisconsin employers covered by Wisconsin’s Unemployment Insurance law are required to display the Notice to Employees about Applying for Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance where employees can easily read it. If employers do not have a permanent work site regularly accessed by employees, a copy of the notice must be provided to each employee.

Compliance Poster Company has updated the Wisconsin All-On-OneTM Labor Law Poster with the revised Notice to Employees about Applying for Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance. For customers with the current Wisconsin All-On-One poster or Mobile Poster Pak, Compliance Poster Company is offering the Notice to Employees about Applying for Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance Peel ‘N Post.TM

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