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- April 3, 2020 – Notice of Adoption of Emergency Regulation on Employment Security of the Department of Labor and Workforce Development (link Public Notice)
◦ Questions and Answers
Unemployment Insurance emergency regulations
Questions and Answers
Division of Employment and Training Services, Unemployment Insurance – File No. 2020200318
Will this result in an updated Unemployment Insurance mandatory poster?
A new flyer can be found at the mentioned web link as well as at the following Unemployment Insurance Tax web links:
- https://labor.alaska.gov/estax/employer_packet.htm (Separation Notice to Employees (mandatory flyer))
- https://labor.alaska.gov/estax/forms/toc_forms.htm (Separation Notice to Employees - Unemployment Insurance
Will there be any additional steps required during our separation process and if so what will those look like (new form for the separation process, for example)?
The only additional step is providing the flyer to employees at the time of separation as noted in the regulation language.