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School employees and educators may be entitled to collect unemployment insurance but have a different criteria to determine eligibility for unemployment insurance. If you would like to learn the factors in determining Reasonable Assurance and how to notify you employees of Reasonable Assurance click here.
April 2013 Labor Report
The not seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined from 5.8 to 5.3 percent, while the smotth seasonally adjusted number saw a slight decline from 5.6 to 5.5 percent. KDOL processed 13,187 initial claims for unemployment benefits in April, down from 15,069 initial claims in March and down from 14,701 last year. Read the entire report. (5/16/2013)
Senate Bill 187, regarding Workers Compensation, reduces time employees have to report workplace accidents to 20 days. Employers are required to post the new requirements. Read SB 187.
Now Available: SIDES and SIDES E-Response
The State Information Data Exchange System (SIDES) and SIDES E-Response allow companies to electronically respond to UI information requests from KDOL. This eliminates delays caused by mailing the documents. Sign-up on your Employer Login page. Learn more about SIDES and SIDES E-Response here.
File and pay your Quarterly Wage Reports online! ACH Credit (bank to bank transaction), ACH Debit (electronic check) and credit cards are all accepted. For more information see: How to File or contact your representative: Employer Contacts
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your Unemployment Tax Account