Unemployment Insurance

South Carolina Unemployment Insurance Notice Updated

The South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SCDEW) has revised the South Carolina Unemployment Insurance notice with updated information about how to apply for benefits online. This South Carolina Unemployment Insurance notice provides information on the state Workforce and Employment law, including the conditions under which an employee may be eligible for unemployment. It Read more

Maine Labor Law Poster

Maine employers, are your labor law posters up to date? You might want to double-check! While many were surely prepared to update their minimum wage posters for 2018, it may come as a surprise that the Maine Department of Labor (MDOL) also made an important revision to the Maine Employment Security Poster – especially since Read more

The Tennessee Court of Appeals recently affirmed the determination of the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDOL), as well as a lower court, that dog groomers working for a Knoxville company were misclassified as independent contractors. The case serves as a reminder to employers in Tennessee and elsewhere to ensure that they meet Read more

Illinois jobseekers who file new claims for unemployment insurance benefits need to get a jump start on the job hunt. The Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) recently announced that it is enhancing its enforcement of the requirement that unemployment insurance claimants register for employment services. Beginning July 17, 2016, new claimants will be required Read more

The Virginia Employment Commission is promoting the use of its online services for unemployment insurance claims and moving away from the use of in-person services. Specifically, the department has released an updated Unemployment Insurance Notice to Workers. The new posting includes an updated web address for filing a claim for benefits online.  The posting also Read more

The Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) has updated the state Unemployment Insurance labor law posting.  The update includes new claims process and benefits payment information.  The notice explains: additional online and in-person claim filing options creating an online account with a valid email address benefits payments must received by direct deposit. For Read more

Nebraska’s Department of Labor has released updates to the Unemployment Insurance Advisement of Benefit Rights posting. These are mandatory-to-post changes. New Material Added: Employment Services electronic notifications requirements, Established statute section for the benefit eligibility of claimants seeking only part-time work (N.R.S. 48-627), Claimants who have drawn benefits for over six (6) weeks will be Read more

All Nevada employers with one or more employees are required to post the recently revised Unemployment Insurance Notice to Employees. The Notice to Employees has new information about filing an unemployment claim online and a new section that deals with unemployment insurance fraud. The Employment Security Division encourages claimants to use the internet to file Read more

States release mandatory updates to labor law posters for 2013. The updates affect areas that include minimum wage, discrimination, unemployment, workers’ compensation among others. Use this checklist to ensure ALL facilities are in compliance with mandatory 2013 updates. Arizona Increase minimum wage California Discrimination and Notices A & B California Pamphlets Workers’ comp, Paid family Read more