Local Government / COVID-19 Information Call - Shared screen with speaker view
Kami, I don't think fun is the right word. Except it is a beautiful day down here in Moab, been working outside on my makeshift lap desk for most of the day!
Good Afternoon Everyone!!
Teresa Cook - South Jordan City - Hello
Hillary Davis from Salt Lake County - Hi everyone!
Hello everyone, this is Cindy - Provo City.
Ricki Miller- Clearfield City
We had an employee who started a claim but accidentally chose the wrong employer (the one who was still paying and not the one who wasn't). She stopped at that point and couldn't find a way to backtrack. Is there a way to redo that or start over or is there a contact for that?
Did he answer whether or not as reimbursable employers, will we be charged for the additional $600?
I'm wondering the same thing
If someone had two jobs and lost them both because of the pandemic but DWS is only counting their part time job and not their full time job how do they correct this?
This is Jennifer with South Salt Lake City
One of the reasons for eligibility related to COVID-19 I is individuals who are able and available (not showing symptoms of COVID-19) but is unable to go to work as their place of employment as been quarantined. What is the definition of quarantined? What if their building is closed to the public and there is no work to do?
Is there a place for employers to designate coronavirus too or just the employee's initial claim?
We had an employee who started a claim but accidentally chose the wrong employer (the one who was still paying and not the one who wasn't). She stopped at that point. If I'm understanding right, she should just proceed and submit it and then wait for it to be denied? and then explain?
There are two current employers. One is paying and the other isn't.
Did he say we don't even need to respond to the claims notice if it is COVID-19 related? Does it matter what the employee listed as the reason for separation or whether they reported continuing to work part-time? email@example.com
Let's say that our bill comes in April and its just outrageous that we can't pay it all in one go is there a way to set up an installment agreement to stretch that out over the year?
I should be ther too
Ahhh man! I heard they are trying to move Jeep to the summer! :)
Earlier, Justin said that something is a "no-no" for employees to try to control, but is okay for employers to try to control. I didn't catch what that was.
Thank you. Very helpful.
Thank you. Very informative!
Thanks David. Great job!
oh wow, you're welcome!