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  • Benefit claims process FAQ

    Benefit claims process FAQ Q.  I received a notice about a worker who applied for benefits, but this person never worked for me. What should I do?A.  Mark the box on the notice or write anywhere on the notice to indicate this person never worked for you and return it to us.  Q.  I received a notice that a part-time employee of mine has applied for unemployment benefits. How can he get benefits if he has a job?A.  Since your worker applied for...

  • Domestic violence definition for UI claims

    Domestic violence definition for UI claims Description Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill 1320 (Chapter 215, Laws of 2021) amended the definition of domestic violence. The expedited rule amends WAC 192-150-112 so that the definition of domestic violence is consistent with newly codified definition. Documents CR 105 | Expedited Rule     (back to UI rulemaking)  &#160...

  • Unemployment Insurance Data

    t week All 2021 weekly claims reports.  Detailed claims and benefits data for 2021 week 45 Continued claims by industry, occupation, demographics, and county:  Week 45 Continued Claims Demographics Week 45 Initial claims by industry:  NAICS2 , NAICS3, and NAICS6 Initial claims by occupation:   SOC2 , SOC3 , and SOC6. Initial claims demographics:  Demographics reports &#160...

  • Consent agreements

    The court found that "continued claim recipients" (those who have been determined monetarily and non-monetarily eligible and who have received waiting period credit or payment for at least one week) have a property interest in UI benefits and cannot be deprived of those benefits without adequate notice and the opportunity to be heard on the eligibility issue. The court also found that 80 percent of claimants who had their payments pended were later found eligible and that pending...

  • Labor Market report library

    tifications, December 2020 Top 25 employers, December 2020 WorkSource system performance dashboards: PY11Q1 PY11Q2 PY11Q3 PY11Q4 PY12Q1-PY15Q3 Weekly unemployment claims: 2021 weekly continued claims Claims by type and by county Week 16, 2020 to week 36, 2021. 2020 Weekly continued claims 2020 Weekly initial claims 2019 Weekly initial claims 2018 Weekly initial claims Unemployment benefits report: January 2020 February 2020 March...

  • Facts and Figures Report

    Facts and Figures Report – November 2021 The Facts and Figures Report is prepared monthly and posted after the county press release as a quick reference for employees, legislators, partners and others who may be interested.  What is included in the Facts and Figures? Unemployment rates Monthly job growth or loss Data for unemployment claims and benefits Long-term unemployed data Average wage/minimum wage Unemployment taxes/trust fund...

  • Home

    New to unemployment? Unemployment benefits may be available if you have recently lost your job.   Start here Learn about WA Cares  Affordable long-term care insurance for all working Washingtonians.    Visit the WA Cares site Federal pandemic unemployment benefits ended The CARES Act and other federal programs that expanded and extended unemployment benefits expired the week ending Sept. 4, 2021. Visit the COVID-19 info page to...

  • Updates and Alerts

    Closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 25 and 26, for Thanksgiving; online services remain available ALERT: (en español) Closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 25 and 26, for Thanksgiving; online services remain available Updated Nov. 23, 2021 All Washington state agencies will be closed on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 25 and 26, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, as will the U.S. Postal Service and...

  • COVID-19 economic data

    Unemployment insurance claims and benefits data provides weekly and monthly snapshots of the number of new unemployment insurance claims and continued claims, including industry, occupational and demographic detail. Labor Force (LAUS) details how many people are employed or unemployed (looking for work). This is where you will find the published unemployment rate. Employment Estimates (WAQB and CES) are monthly reports of employment by industry. Reports are based on a survey of...

  • Overpayments

    Unemployment overpayments and collections (en español) What is an "overpayment?" Overpayments of unemployment benefits occur when someone received benefits that they are later found to have been ineligible to receive. This can happen for two main reasons: If you received more benefits than you are entitled to. For example: You were being paid on a conditional basis while we reviewed your claim. After review, we then found you to be...

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