Massachusetts Form 0590-A Revised
The Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) recently revised
Form 0590-A, How to File for Unemployment Insurance Benefits. Massachusetts
employers are required, under the law, to provide a copy of the notice to all workers
who become separated from employment, temporarily or permanently. The form was
recently updated, as the DUA has returned to normal hours of operation, Monday through
Friday. During the recession, hours had been expanded to include Saturdays.
A copy of the updated Form 0590-A can be found on the DUA website at:
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