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).
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