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  • State Of Alabama Workers’ Compensation Information Labor Law Poster

    If you are injured on the job, or contract an occupational disease, notify your employer immediately. Your employer will advise you of the physician to see for authorized medical treatment. Workers’ Compensation Insurance Carrier

    TELEPHONE NUMBER ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE UNDER THE ALABAMA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAW INCLUDING MEDIATION SERVICE.
    FOR INFORMATION CALL:

    Department of Industrial Relations CODE OF ALABAMA , 1975 § 25-5-290(d) REQUIRES THAT THIS NOTICE BE POSTED IN ONE OR MORE CONSPICUOUS PLACES IN YOUR BUSINESS.

    YOUR JOB INSURANCE

    Workers in this establishment are covered by the Alabama Unemployment Compensation Law.
    YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO BENEFITS IF:
    (1) You become totally or partially unemployed under conditions defined by law and you are otherwise eligible and qualified for benefits, and (2) you are separated from your job through no fault of your own.

    However, if you voluntarily leave your employment without good cause connected with your work or if you are discharged for “cause;” your benefits may be postponed and reduced or entirely denied.

    IMPORTANT: Be sure that your employer is using your correct social security number; if not, your claim may be delayed.

    When you become unemployed:
    - To file your unemployment claim.
    - To obtain general information concerning your rights to benefits for either total or partial unemployment.

    DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
    Alabama Administrative Code 480-4-2-.19 requires that this notice be posted conspicuously
    Last edited by laborlaw; 05-23-2005, 01:33 PM.
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