When a claim for benefits is filed, each base period employer (an employer who paid wages to the claimant during the base period of the claim) and the claimant’s last employer are mailed a "Notice to Employer" (UB-110) (view UB-110 Sample). These notices are mailed to your address of record. If you wish to receive the notices at another address, see below.
You may receive notices of claims filed at an address other than your official business address for other types of Unemployment Insurance correspondence by submitting a written request. The Report of Changes form is available for this purpose.
The "Notice to Employer" is an extremely important notice, and must be completed and returned within 10 working days of the date of the notice if you wish to protest a claim. You may receive and respond to these notices electronically rather thanbypostal mail. Visit our UI SIDES and SIDES E-Response information page for details.