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Must My Business In New York Make Unemployment Insurance Contributions To New York With Respect To Out-Of-State Employees?

Unemployment insurance is temporary income for workers who lose their jobs through no fault of their own; are ready, willing and able to work; and have earned sufficient compensation during a specified period of time in covered employment. When an individual performs all of his services within the...

An Employee Of My Business In New York Quit Because The Business Relocated. Will The Employee Get Unemployment Insurance Benefits?

In New York, a worker who, "without good cause," voluntarily leaves his employment is disqualified from receiving unemployment insurance benefits. N.Y. Labor Law § 593(1)(a). A worker who quits his job because his employer in New York has moved to a location which is further away...