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Streamline your management of unemployment benefits claims. Find out how to respond to our Notice of Application for Unemployment Benefits, Earnings Verification request, and Notice of Maximum Potential Chargeback. Understand your rights and responsibilities, how to prepare for an appeal, and more.
Respond online when we send you a notice that your employee has applied for unemployment benefits.
Respond online when we ask you to verify your employee’s earnings.
Learn about chargebacks (i.e., claims on which you were not the claimant’s last employer that may affect your tax rate) and how to protest a notice of potential charge to your unemployment tax account.
Choose one mailing address for your unemployment insurance notices, even if you have multiple locations, to receive unemployment notices at a single location.
Find everything you need to know about appealing TWC decisions on unemployment benefits claims.
Explore options for avoiding layoffs or learn how to use the mass claims process when large layoffs are necessary. You can create a shared work plan to reduce employee hours instead of reducing your workforce. Use the mass claims process when you have a large layoff to reduce your paperwork, ensure proper payment, and automatically protect your rights on each claim.
Find employer-specific information about unemployment benefits and taxes or learn about unemployment tax rates.
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