Conneticut Unemployment Information for Employers


Unemployment Claims Administration

Did you know…

Failure to respond to Connecticut's request for wage verification could result in a loss of rights on an unemployment claim.

For more information on unemployment law in Connecticut click here to visit the Department of Labor.

To read the Connecticut State Employer Handbook for Unemployment click here.

Why not contact us today to see how we can support your business with our Unemployment Claims Administration Services and Verification of Employment Services.

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Recent blogs posts…

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July 17 2011 In order to pay Federal loans to the unemployment insurance trust fund, Connecticut Senate Bill 988 establishes a special assessment to be levied upon employers August 1, 2011 and due within 30 days. The assessment is calculated as 0.17% of taxable payroll for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2010. click here to read more

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