North Carolina Unemployment Insurance Poster Mandatory
The Unemployment Insurance Poster is a North Carolina unemployment law poster provided for businesses by the North Carolina Department Of Labor. This is a required poster for all North Carolina employers, and any business that fails to post this notification may be subject to penalties or fines.
This Unemployment Insurance Poster is a labor law poster enforced by the state, North Carolina Department of Commerce. Itâ€™s a mandatory posting affecting all workers and employers in North Carolina. The poster provides protection for workers who lose their jobs or are unable to work full time yet qualify as provided for under the law. The labor law poster describes how to qualify for unemployment insurance benefits. It indicates where to file claim for the benefits. The poster must be appropriately posted in a conspicuous place where everyone, all employees can access it. Failure to comply with the posting as stated under the law can/may attract fines and or sanctions.
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) cont ribute 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 b enefits. 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 u se of automation in case of partial unemployment. An employer may file an attached claim for an employee only once during a benefit yea r , 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 pro cessed in Raleigh, North Carolina. Please be sure that your employer has your correct mailing address. If you lose your job with this employe r, you may contact the Department of Commerce, Division of Wor kforce Solutions (DWS) at ww w.n ccommerce.com/workforce 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 des.nc.gov, or by phone at 877-841-9617. By la w, workers who become unemployed for other reasons or who refuse suitable work may be denied unemployment insurance benefi ts. If you have any questions about unemployment insurance benefits or need more information, contact the Division of Employment Sec urity at the address shown on the bottom of this poste r. During Labor Disputes [Section 96-14.7(b)] An in dividual is disqualified for benefits if the Division determines the individual ’s to tal 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 tha t 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 des.nc.gov. 2. You must notify affected workers of a vacation period within a reasonable\ period of time before i bt egins. 3. Benefit claims for attached workers may be filed on-line at des.nc.gov .For More Information, Contact: North Carolina Department of Commerce Division of Employment Security P.O. Box 25903 Ra leig h, N.C. 27611 Telephone: (919) 707-1237 des.nc.gov DES highly recommends posting this information. Revised December 16, 2016
More North Carolina Labor Law Posters 7 PDFS
Minimum-Wage.org provides an additional six required and optional North Carolina labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print and post all required state labor law posters, as well as all of the mandatory federal labor law posters.
|North Carolina Poster Name||Poster Type|
|Required N.C. Workers' Compensation Notice (Spanish)||Workers Compensation Law|
|Required N.C. Workers' Compensation Notice to Injured Workers and Employers||Workers Compensation Law|
|Required Unemployment Insurance Poster||Unemployment Law|
|Required Unemployment Insurance Poster (Spanish)||Unemployment Law|
|Required N.C. Labor Laws Poster||General Labor Law Poster|
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