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 Unemployment Insurance Poster PDF

The Unemployment Insurance Poster is a labor law posters poster by the North Carolina Department Of Labor. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in North Carolina, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. This poster describes how to qualify for Unemployment insurance and where to contact should you become unemployed so you can file a claim for unemployment.

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Certificate of   Coverage  
and Notice  to Workers  as to Benefit  Rights 	
Employers  covered  by  the  Employment  Security  Law  of  North  Carolina  (Chapter 96  of the  North  Carolina  General Statutes)	 	
contribute  to a  special  fund set aside  for  the payment  of  unemployment  insurance  benefits.  No  money  is  withheld  from  workers’  
checks  for unemployment insurance  purposes. 
If your  work hours  are substantially  reduced  or your  job is  eliminated  due  to  lack  of  work  you may  qualify  for unemployment  insur-  
ance  benefits.  If  you  work  less  than  the  equivalent  of  (3)  customary  scheduled  full time  days,  during  any payroll  week  because  work	
was  not  available,  you  may be  eligible  for  unemployment  insurance  benefits.  An  employer  may file  claims  for  employees  through	 	
the use  of  automation  in  case  of  partial  unemployment.  An  employer  may  file  an  attached  claim  for  an  employee  only once  during  
a  benefit  year,  and the  period  of partial  unemployment  for  which  the  claim  is  filed  may  not  exceed  six  consecutive  weeks.  You  must	
notify  the  employer  of  any  wages  earned  from  all  sources  during the payroll  week.  Unemployment  insurance  benefit  payments  are	 	
processed in Raleigh, North Carolina. Please be sure that your employer  has your correct mailing address. 
If you  lose  your  job with  this  employer,  you  may contact  the  Department  of  Commerce,  Division  of  Workforce  Solutions  (DWS)  at  to  assist  you in securing  suitable work.  DWS  provides  a  wide  variety  of  services  free  of charge.	 	
If  suitable  work  is not  readily  available  you may file  a  claim  for  unemployment  insurance  benefits  with the  Division  of	 	
Employment  Security  at , or  by  phone  at  877- 841-9617.  
  By  law,  workers  who become  unemployed  for other  reasons  or who  refuse  suitable  work  may  be  denied  unemployment  insurance	
If you  have  any  questions  about  unemployment  insurance  benefits or  need  more  information,  contact  the  Division  of  Employment  
Security  at the address shown on the bottom  of this poster. 
During  Labor  Disputes  	[Section 96- 14.7(b)]	 
An individual is disqualified for  benefits if the Division determines the individual’s  total or partial unemployment is  caused by a	
labor  dispute  at  your  place  of employment  or  any  location  owned  by the employer  within the  state  of  North  Carolina.  Once  the 
labor  dispute  has  ended,  such  workers  shall continue  to  be  ineligible  for  unemployment  insurance  benefits  for  the period  of time  
that  is  reasonably  necessary to  resume  operations  in the  workers’  place of  employment  
Instructions for  Employers 	
1. 	Post this notice on your premises in such a place that all employees may see it.  Additional 
copies may be obtained on- line at  	
2. 	You must  notify  affected  workers  of a vacation  period  within a  reasonable  period  of time  before	 	
it  begins.  	
3. 	Benefit  claims  for  attached  workers  may be  filed  on- line  at . 	
DES  highly  recommends  posting  this  information.	 	
For More Information,  Contact:  	
North Carolina  Department  of  Commerce 
Division of Employment  Security 
P.O.  Box 25903	
Raleigh,  N.C.  27611  
Telephone:  (919) 707-1237  
Revised 	December 16	,  201	6

Other North Carolina Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS

There are an additional six optional and mandatory North Carolina labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.

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