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  • South Carolina UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE Labor Law Poster

    This establishment may be covered by the S.C. Unemployment Compensation Law.

    If you become unemployed, go to the nearest
    South Carolina Employment Security Workforce
    Center to help you find a job. Please take your
    social security card with you. If no job is immediately
    available, you may be eligible for unemployment
    insurance benefits if you are:

    1. Able and available for suitable work
    2. Unable to obtain suitable work
    3. Actively seeking work

    If only part time work is available, you may be
    eligible for partial benefits. For questions concerning
    unemployment insurance benefits, contact:


    S.C. Employment Security Offices are located at:

    Abbeville
    Aiken
    Anderson
    Barnwell
    Beaufort
    Bennettsville
    Camden
    Chester
    Clinton
    Columbia
    Florence
    Gaffney
    Georgetown
    Greenville
    Greenwood
    Hampton
    Hartsville
    Horry

    Workers Pay No Part of the Cost for
    Unemployment Insurance

    Unemployment Insurance Tax:
    Often unemployed workers tell us that unemployment
    insurance is due them “because they have paid for it.”

    This is not true. Not one cent is deducted from your pay in South Carolina to cover unemployment
    insurance. Your employer pays the entire
    unemployment insurance tax.

    Social Security Tax
    Don’t confuse unemployment insurance with old age,
    survivors and disability insurance. The amount deducted from your wages as social security is your contribution to old-age, survivors and disability
    insurance. The employer contributes an equal amount, in addition to his payment of the full unemployment insurance tax.
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