Who provides unemployment insurance

who provides unemployment insurance
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Please note : All South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation offices will be closed Monday, September 7 in observance of Labor Day.

Unemployment insurance provides temporary financial assistance for people who have lost their jobs, through no fault of their own, until they find other employment. South Dakota's unemployment insurance program is financed by employers through payroll taxes; workers do not contribute to this plan.

Unemployment Insurance (UI) services are provided through the following sections:

UI Benefits - Individuals file a claim, weekly certification or an appeal.

Phone: 605.626.2452

UI Tax - Employers register to determine liability and file quarterly wage reports. Phone: 605.626.2312

New Hire Reporting Center -

Employers report newly hired employees as required by law. Phone: toll-free at 888.827.6078 or locally in Aberdeen at 605.626.2942

UI Benefits Appeals - South Dakota law provides an appeal process for workers or employers who disagree with a decision on a UI claim. These claims are resolved through the judicial process. Phone: 605.626.2310

UI Overpayment and Fraud - Prevent and detect benefit overpayments and fraud. Phone: 605.626.7649

Contact Us

Unemployment Insurance Division

Department of Labor and RegulationUnemployment Insurance

South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation

P.O. Box 4730

Aberdeen, SD 57402-4730

Phone: If you do not know which section listed above you need to speak with, please call 605.626.2301 for assistance.

Source: www.dlr.sd.gov

Category: Insurance

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