Utah Free Printable Unemployment Law Posters Utah Unemployment Insurance Notice to Workers Poster Required

The Unemployment Insurance Notice to Workers is an unemployment law poster by the Utah Labor Commission. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Utah, 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 qualify for unemployment, how the amount of unemployment paid is determined, where to file a claim for unemployment insurance benefits, and important information that employers need to know.


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09-22E-0312
UTAH DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
NOTICE TO WORKERS
Your work is covered under the provisions of the Utah Employment Security Act for
unemployment insurance purposes, unless specifically exempted by the Act.
Unemployment insurance specifically provides payments to qualified worke\
rs who are unemployed through no fault of their own and are able, availa\
ble, 
and seeking full-time work. It is not public assistance, Social Security, or a disability payment. Benefits are based upon your previous earning\
s—not on 
economic need. The funds to pay unemployment benefits are paid by your employer.  No deductions are made from your wages.
FILING FOR UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS
To receive unemployment benefits you may file your claim online at jobs.utah.gov, select “Unemployment Benefits,” then choose “File New or Reopen 
Claims.” You may also call the Claims Center at: Salt Lake/South Davis Counties – (801) 526-4400; Weber/North Davis Counties – (801) 612-0877; 
Utah County – (801) 375-4067; elsewhere in Utah and out-of-state – (888) 848-0688. No benefits will be paid for weeks prior to the week in which you 
file your claim. You should, therefore, file immediately after becoming unemployed or when your work hours are reduced to less than full-time. 
FILING AFTER RECEIVING WORKER’S COMPENSATION BENEFITS
If you are separated from employment due to a work-related illness or injury for which you have received Worker’s Compensation, your rights to unem-
ployment benefits may be preserved for up to THREE YEARS from the date of your injury. In order to use wages earned prior to such an injury or ill-
ness, you must file a claim for unemployment benefits within 90 DAYS of your doctor’s release to full time work.
SEPARATION INFORMATION
At the time you are separated from your job, you should request information as to the reasons for your separation. You do not need to have a separation 
notice to file a claim. Both you and your employer will be requested to provide statements explaining the reason for your separation.
WAGES DETERMINE BENEFIT AMOUNT
The amount of your unemployment benefits will be determined from your wa\
ges in covered employment.  “Wages” are all payments for personal services 
performed such as salaries, commissions, bonuses, tips, and the cash val\
ue of goods and services received for services performed.  Tips received but not 
reported to your employer generally cannot be used to determine your une\
mployment benefits.
SELF-EMPLOYMENT
If you are classified as “self-employed” (independent contractor), you may want to discuss this with your employer and have your status reviewed by 
DWS. Work performed in “self employment” cannot be used for unemployment benefits. You are “self-employed” if your work is performed without 
direction and control and you are in your own established business. This generally means you are properly licensed in business, perform similar services 
for others, maintain proper accounting records and business reports, pay self-employment taxes, and provide for insurance.
ONLINE SERVICES
Access our web site jobs.utah.gov to search for jobs, find out about available programs, and obtain econo\
mic information.
NO FEE EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
DWS services are available on our web site at jobs.utah.gov/employer or by going to any of our Employment Centers listed below. Employment servic-
es include job referrals, career counseling, workshops, employer recruitment, Veterans’ services, labor market information, and job training/internships. 
Supportive services include food stamps, financial assistance, medical assistance, childcare assistance, unemployment assistance, emergency assistance, 
referrals to community, and other resources. Our Job Connection Rooms provide Internet access along with Information Specialists to assist you in 
accessing services and resources. Fax and copy machines are also available. 
jobs.utah.gov
INFORMATION FOR EMPLOYERS
Utah law requires that each employee’s wages must be reported each quarter with the regular quarterly contribution (tax) report. All wage and separation 
information and correspondence must include your unemployment insurance registration number. You must also maintain and make available records of 
wages and separation information on all workers for at least four (4) calendar years.
When an unemployment claim is filed by a former employee, the Department of Workforce Services will send Form 606 “Notice of Claim Filed.” This 
notice will provide an opportunity for you to report details of the reason for the claimant’s separation and, in some cases, to request relief of potential 
charges. You will also receive a Form 65 “Employer Notice of Potential Liability” showing any wages from your firm being used on the claim and your 
firm’s potential benefit costs.
If you have classified or contemplate classifying any of your workers as “self-employed” (independent contractors), notify the Department in order that a 
proper determination of status can be made. By doing this, you may avoid unpaid contributions (tax) liabilities, interest, and penalties.
Additional information is available in the “Employer Handbook” which you can access on the Internet at jobs.utah.gov/employer.
In accordance with Section 35A-4-406(1)(b) of the Utah Employment Security Act, this notice must be permanently posted by each employer at suitable points (on bul-
letin boards, near time clocks, etc.) in each work place and establishment.
Beaver ..................................875 North Main ..................................(435) 438-3580
Blanding ...............................544 North 100 East ............................(435) 678-1400
Brigham City ........................1050 Medical Drive ...........................(435) 734-4060
Cedar City ............................176 East 200 North ............................(435) 865-6530
Clearfield ..............................1290 East 1450 South ........................(855) 222-7531 
Delta .....................................44 South 350 East ..............................(435) 864-3860
Emery County ......................550 West Hwy 29 ...............................(435) 381-6100
Heber City ............................69 North 600 West, Ste. C .................(435) 654-6520
Junction ................................550 North Main ..................................(435) 577-2443
Kanab ...................................468 East 300 South ............................(435) 644-8910
Lehi  ......................................557 W. State Street .............................(801) 753-4500
Loa .......................................18 South Main ....................................(435) 836-2406
Logan ...................................180 North 100 West  ...........................(435) 792-0300
Manti ....................................55 South Main #3 ..............................(435) 835-0720
Midvale   ...............................7292 South State St ............................(801) 567-3800
Moab ....................................457 Kane Creek Blvd. .......................(435) 719-2600
Nephi ....................................625 North Main ..................................(435) 623-1927
Ogden  ..................................480 27th Street ...................................(801) 626-3100
Panguitch 
..............................665 North Main ..................................(435) 676-1410
Park City ..............................1960 Sidewinder Dr., Ste. 202 ...........(435) 649-8451
Price .....................................475 West Price River Dr. #300 ..........(435) 636-2300
Provo ....................................1550 North 200 West  .........................(801) 342-2600
Richfield ...............................115 East 100 South ............................(435) 893-0000
Roosevelt 
..............................140 West 425 South 330-13  ...............(435) 722-6500
Roy .......................................1951 West 5400 South  .......................(801) 626-3100
Salt Lake Metro ...................720 South 200 East ............................(801) 536-7000
Salt Lake So County ............5735 South Redwood Rd. ..................(801) 269-4700
South Davis ..........................763 West 700 South W. Cross.............(801) 626-3100
Spanish Fork ........................1185 North Chappel Drive .................(801) 794-6600
St. George ............................162 North 400 East Bldg. B  ..............(435) 674-5627
Tooele ...................................305 North Main, Ste. 100 ..................(435) 833-7310
Vernal ...................................1050 West Market Dr. ........................(435) 781-4100
West Valley ..........................2750 South 5600 West Ste. A ...............(801) 840-4400
STATE EMPLOYMENT CENTERS
Equal Opportunity Employer/Program Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities by calling (801) 526-9240. Ind\
ividuals with speech and/or hearing impairments may call Relay Utah by dialing 711. Spanish Relay Utah: 1-888-346-3162

Other Utah Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS

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Mandatory Workers' Compensation Notice for the State of Utah (Spanish) Workers Compensation Law
Mandatory Unemployment Insurance Notice to Workers (Spanish) Unemployment Law

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