New Jersey’s Revised Unemployment Compensation Claims Process

This article explains:

  • The repercussions New Jersey employers could face if they fail to timely and adequately provide information to the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDLWD) with respect to claims for unemployment compensation (UC) benefits.
  • The obligation of employers to provide NJDLWD Form BC-10 – Instructions for Claiming Unemployment Benefits – to all New Jersey employees who are separated from employment.
  • The completely revamped manner in which UC claims will be processed in New Jersey.
    Instead of being just reactive after an employee files a UC claim, employers will now also need to be proactive in providing information to the NJDLWD before a UC claim is even filed.
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Categories: Employment Law and Employee Benefits