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  • Wisconsin Notice to Employees About Applying for Wisconsin Unemployment Benefits Labo

    When to Apply
    You are totally unemployed
    You are partially unemployed (your weekly earnings are reduced) or
    You expect to be laid off within the next 13 weeks and would like to start your benefit

    Important: Your claim does not begin until the week you apply. To avoid any loss of benefits, apply the first week you are unemployed.

    Have This Information Ready
    Your social security number
    A personal identification number (PIN) Your PIN is a 4-digit number you make up before you apply.
    Your Wisconsin driver's license number if you have one
    The names of everyone for whom you worked in the past 18 months. For each employer you will also need a full address (including zip code), a telephone number, the reason you are no longer working there, and your first and last dates of work.
    Questions? Need Help?




    Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and speech-impaired callers may apply
    on-line using the Internet address shown above, or they may apply by calling our TTY number when Claims Specialists are available. TTY callers must have a telephone typewriter device.


    Claims Specialists are available during the following hours:

    State of Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development Unemployment Insurance Division

    Notice to Employers: This notice must be posted permanently in each work place where all employees will easily see it (on bulletin boards, near time clocks, etc.)
    Notice to Employees: The federal Social Security Act requires that you give us your social security number. It will be used to verify your identity and determine your eligibility. If you do not provide your social security number, we cannot take your claim. UCB-7-P (R. 12/2003) - ENGLISH
    Last edited by laborlaw; 05-23-2005, 02:56 PM.
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