Which States Require You to Provide Workers With a Separation Notice?
Separation Notice Forms by State for Employment Status Change
Did you know 15 states require employers to provide their workers with a separation notice upon employment status change? This includes separations from discharges, layoffs, and leaves of absence. Some states require these notices to happen within the first 24-hours, while others give you three days. An employee might also find this to be a required document when filing unemployment insurance benefits claim.
Not sure which states require you to provide your employees with this form upon employment separation? Download the Separation Notice Guide for a complete list (including form links) that’s printer friendly.
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