Rhode Island Unemployment Insurance and Temporary Disability Insurance Law Poster Required
The Rhode Island Unemployment Insurance and Temporary Disability Insurance Law is an unemployment law poster by the Rhode Island Department Of Labor and Training. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Rhode Island, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.
This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place by all employers so that all employees can see it. This poster describes how to file a claim for unemployment, how to get employment and training services from the government and how to get temporary disability insurance benefits.
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Notice to All Employees You are protected under provisions of the Rhode Island Employment Security Act and the Temporary Disability Insurance Act. Unemployment Insurance Benefits If you become totally/partially unemployed: 1. File your claim for benefits with the RI Dept. of Labor and Training (DLT) the same week you are unemployed or working reduced hours. 2. File your claim online at www.dlt.ri.gov/ui or by telephone at (401) 243-9100. Visit www.dlt.ri.gov/ui for hours of operation. For more information, visit www.dlt.ri.gov/ui or call (401) 243-9100. 3. Monday is a high-volume telephone day; you may prefer to file your claim later in the week. You will need your Social Security number and name, address and telephone numbers of your employers for the last two years. If you are not a U.S. citizen, your alien registration number is required. 4. To collect unemployment benefits, the law requires that you must: a. Be unemployed through no fault of your own, b. Have earned minimum qualifying wages while you were working, c. Be physically able to work, available for work and actively seeking work, and d. You must register for work with the RI Dept. of Labor and Training. Temporary Disability Insurance Benefits Who is Eligible for TDI Benefits? If you have become ill or injured and meet all of the following requirements, you may be entitled to receive benefits: 1. You are unemployed due to illness, surgery, or injury for a minimum of seven consecutive days or more, and 2. You are under the care of an approved Qualified Health Care Provider and 3. You have a timely exam: an in-office physical exam the week within the calendar week in which the first day of unemployment due to sickness occurs or within the calendar week prior or subsequent thereto. 4. You earned enough qualifying wages during the base period to be monetarily eligible. Who is Eligible for Temporary Caregiver Insurance Benefits? If you are caring for a seriously ill: child, spouse, parent, parent in-law, grandparent, domestic partner, or you are bonding with a newborn child, adopted child or foster child within the first 12 months of parenting; you may be eligible to receive benefits if you meet the following requirements: 1. You are unemployed because you are caring for a seriously ill family member or bonding with a child and 2. You provide the department with the required medical evidence of the seriously ill family member and your need to care for him/her or the required proof of parent child relationship for bonding claims and 3. You earned enough in qualifying wages to be monetarily eligible. How to Apply: Complete a TDI/TCI application. TDI claims must be filed within 90 days of the first week out of work due to illness. The DLT Director may extend this period up to 26 weeks if the individual can show a good medical reason for the delay in filing. TCI claims must be filed within 30 days after the first day of leave is taken for reasons of bonding or caregiving. TDI/TCI application may be obtained online at www.dlt.ri.gov/tdi . Or call (401) 462-8420, Option #1 to request an application be mailed to you. For more information, visit www.dlt.ri.gov/tdi or call (401) 462-8420. NOTE: You may be entitled to a refund of a portion of your contributions if during the calendar year TDI contributions were deducted from your pay by more than one employer. Information may be obtained regarding a refund by calling (401) 574-8700 or writing to the RI Division of Taxation, Employer Tax Section, One Capitol Hill, Suite 36, Providence, RI 02908-5829. Employment and Training Services If you need help finding a job: The RI Dept. of Labor and Training offers free employment and training related services including: 1. Job referral and placement services. 2. Resource rooms with a wide range of employment and training resources. 3. Career counseling and testing to help assess aptitudes and interests. 4. Internet access for employment and training information. 5. Job Search workshops to help you develop interviewing skills. 6. Résumé writing seminars to help you create an effective résumé and cover letter. Visit www.networkri.org for a location near you. You can also access many services on the Internet at www.employri.org . Equal Opportunity Employer/Program, auxiliary aids and services are available uponrequest to individuals with disabilities. TTY via RI Relay 711 RI Department of Labor and Training • 1511 Pontiac Avenue • Cranston, RI 02920 Rule 5 Posting of Notices (Adopted under Section 28-44-38 of the Employment Security Act and Section 28-41-15 of the Temporary Disability Insurance Act) Every employing unit in the State of Rhode Island shall post and maintain printed notices of such form and design and in such numbers containing such information as the Director, Department of Labor and Training, may determine to be necessary to administer the Employment Security Act and Temporary Disability Insurance Act. Such notices shall be posted in conspicuous places where the workers’ services are performed. DLT-TX-6 Rev. 01/2019
Other Rhode Island Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS
There are an additional eleven optional and mandatory Rhode Island 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.
|Poster Name||Poster Type|
|Mandatory Pregnancy Discrimination Notice||Workers Rights Law|
|Mandatory Workers' Compensation Act||Workers Compensation Law|
|Mandatory Rhode Island Unemployment Insurance and Temporary Disability Insurance Law||Unemployment Law|
|Mandatory Sexual Harassment Poster||Miscellaneous Law|
|Mandatory Minimum Wage||Minimum Wage Law|
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