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Another Update to Wisconsin’s Unemployment Insurance Notice

October 18th, 2017
Back in May of this year, Wisconsin—nicknamed the Badger State—updated its Unemployment Insurance (UI) notice. Well, we hate to “badger” you, but the state’s Department of Workforce Development just updated the notice again, with a new revision date of 10/2017. Here’s What Has Changed Employers are now required to enter their UI Account business name and address in the box provided at the bottom of the notice for employees to reference. Also, new contact […]

Posted by Brenda Pope-Ostrow at 11:00 am

Wisconsin Updates Its Unemployment Insurance Poster

May 10th, 2017
For employees in Wisconsin, applying for Unemployment Insurance (UI) just got easier due to some enhancements to the application process on the state’s UI poster. The updated poster has a new revision date of 5/2017. Here’s What Has Changed The list of requirements for applying for benefits has been expanded to include the following: Applicants must have a valid email or mobile phone number. Applicants who served in the military within the previous 18 months […]

Posted by Brenda Pope-Ostrow at 3:58 pm

Tennessee’s Unemployment Insurance Poster Has Just Been Updated

March 16th, 2017
The State of Tennessee just released its updated Unemployment Insurance poster, which has a new revision date of 3/17. What’s New? The instructions for applying for benefits and maintaining eligibility have been simplified. Employees can now apply for benefits, manage claims, and search for work at the same website (www.Jobs4tn.gov), which has been updated to provide user-friendly instructions and tools. When searching for work, employees are required to document at least 3 tangible job […]

Posted by Brenda Pope-Ostrow at 10:41 am

Washington Updates Its Unemployment Benefits Poster

January 19th, 2017
The State of Washington recently issued an updated Unemployment Benefits poster. Details of the Changes New instructions have been provided for signing in or creating an account to apply online for unemployment benefits at the Employment Security Department (ESD). Plus, the ESD has added new information for people with disabilities. Auxiliary aids may now include qualified interpreters and telecommunication devices (TTY) for hearing- or speech-impaired individuals. Some restrictions related to applying online for benefits […]

Posted by Brenda Pope-Ostrow at 10:56 am

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