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Employers' Frequently Asked Questions

I received a Notice of Claim Filed form for a former employee but I do not agree with the reason for separation. What should I do?

Complete the form by answering all questions and indicating the reason for separation. The information provided will be reviewed and the Department will notify you if a telephone interview is necessary. You must return this form within 10 business days in order to have standing to contest any determination with respect to the individual’s claim.



Why did I receive a Notice of Claim Filed form for an employee that has not had any recent employment with my company?

If you received a Notice of Claim Filed this means that the wages this individual earned from your company are being used to establish a claim. Normally, the wages used to establish a claim consist of the first four of the last five completed calendar quarters before the starting date of the claim. The calendar quarters are:

        • January 1 through March 31
        • April 1 through June 30
        • July 1 through September 30
        • October 1 through December 31

If an individual does not meet the minimum earning requirements, we will re-compute the claim using the last four completed calendar quarters before the starting date of the claim.


How do I update my address or name on the Employer Separation Report?

You can update your name and/or address here:
https://dltweb.dlt.ri.gov/empaddchg2013/



Who is the chargeable employer?

The chargeable employer is the most recent base period employer for whom the claimant was separated and had worked at least four (4) weeks and earned at least $192 each week.



 
RI Department of Labor and Training
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