04 NCAC 24D .0102 NOTICE TO EMPLOYER OF POTENTIAL CHARGES
(a) DES shall notify each employer in writing of potential charges to the employer's account. The notice shall contain the:
(1) date of the notice;
(2) claimant's name and social security number;
(3) date the claimant's benefit year began;
(4) claimant's weekly benefit amount and weekly earnings allowance;
(5) employer's reporting number used to report wages for the claimant;
(6) base period wages reported by the employer by calendar quarter and dollar amount;
(7) employer's percentage of total base period wages reported;
(8) maximum potential charge amount that can be applied to the employer's experience rating account if the claimant exhausts his or her benefits;
(9) a statement containing the employer's right to protest the notice; and
(10) a statement containing the employer's right to notify the Division within 15 days of the mailing date of the notice if the claimant did not work for the employer or the wages are incorrect.
(b) DES shall provide notice of potential charges to the employer's account using the following forms, as applicable:
(1) Notice of Claim and Potential Charges to Your Account;
(2) Notice of Unemployment Claim, Wages Reported and Potential Charges;
(3) Notice of Initial Claim and Potential Charges to Reimbursable Employer;
(4) Notice of Initial Claim and Potential Charges for Claimants on Temporary Layoff.
History Note: Authority G.S. 96-4; 96-11.1; 96-11.2; 96-11.3; 96-11.4; 96-15;
Eff. July 1, 2015;
Amended Eff. May 1, 2021; July 1, 2018.