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Https //Scuihub.dew.sc.gov.css – If a temporary closure, reduced workload, or seasonal employment is part of the reasons an employer wants to submit claims on behalf of its employees, they may ask for authorization to do so. The employer’s charges are referred to as this. There are several resources available to assist you in navigating the process of responding to employer-filed claims related to COVID-19.

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  • Businesses in our state that are forced to place workers on leave
  • (i.e., the time during which an employee does not provide personal services
  • for an employer as a result of layoff due to the economic effect of COVID19) may also be required.
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The Governor’s Executive Order outlines the route for businesses – who want to take advantage of this option – to provide these COVID19 Sustainable Payments without jeopardizing their employees’ eligibility for unemployment benefits (CARES Act). This legislation affects your unemployment insurance eligibility in a variety of ways.