Issued: January 1, 1993
When an employee's work relationship is terminated, he/she may be entitled to receive unemployment insurance if he/she:
The employee's eligibility and entitlement to receive benefits, however, will be determined by the local office of the New York State Department of Labor, Division of Employment.
To determine a person's entitlement for benefits, the New York State Unemployment Insurance Division requires the University to provide certain specific information on a former employee, including a statement of all the factors surrounding the employee's termination. Employee Records is responsible for providing this information within 7 calendar days of the mailing date of a communication from the Unemployment Insurance Division or incur a fine. Written communications from New York State to departments regarding unemployment insurance should be hand carried to Employee Records.