(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)         the time period within which a protest shall be filed pursuant to G.S. 96-15(b)(2).

(b)  DES shall provide notice of potential charges to the employer's account using the following forms, as applicable:

(1)           Notice of Combined Wage 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;

(5)           Reversal of Previously Allowed Noncharging;

(6)           Reversal of Previously Denied Noncharging;

(7)           Administrative Determination Disallowing Noncharging; or

(8)           List of Charges to Your Account.


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. July 1, 2018.