Whenever an employee in California loses his or her job through no fault of their own, the employee should be eligible to receive unemployment benefits. It is a good practice to assist your employee when a separation may occur. Having information available to provide to the employee in such an event is helpful.
More about Unemployment Insurance
The Unemployment Insurance (UI) program in California is designed to provide unemployed California workers with weekly unemployment insurance payments as long as the unemployed workers lost their jobs through no fault of their own. The UI program is funded by a portion of payroll taxes that employers are required to pay for their employees.
Unemployment insurance covers employees in all industries, including non-profit agencies, Indian Tribes, state and local government agencies, some domestic employees, and school districts. Employees are also covered if they work for employers that have at least one employee who earns at least $100 in each calendar quarter.
California Unemployment Benefits Handout
This California Unemployment Benefits Handout comes with 25 informational sheets that provide detailed information to employees about their Unemployment Insurance rights.
- This form is 8.5" x 11"
- 25 Sheets/Package