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Does The Agency Contact The Applicants Former Employer(S)?

Yes. The law requires the agency to let the applicant's most recent employer(s) know that the applicant has applied for benefits and to obtain information needed to process the application. Base period employers receive a notice of the applicant's eligibility and the percentage of the benefits for which they may be charged.

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