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State of Ohio, request for relief of charges, potential mutualization

by Tim
(Ohio)

I worked for employer "A" and left for a job with health insurance and higher pay with employer "B" then was laid off 8 months later.


I received a determination and approval for benefits due to lack of work from employer "B".

Employer "A" is now asking for a potential mutualization and requesting relief of charges.

What steps should I take to resolve this issue?

Tim




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Sep 24, 2014
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No step if that's the only issue listed on a notice of hearing
by: Chris

Requests for relief of charges (and in Ohio Mutualization, meaning I believe, the portion of benefits attributed to your earnings form ER "A" being charged to a general fund contributed to by all ERs) vs. one company's state unemployment tax account (SUTA), is a common employer appeal to a charge statement.

So, if there is no other issue listed on a hearing notice you receive, such as good cause for a quit, or discharge, it doesn't have much to do with you, except the employer doesn't believe they are a chargeable employer for the benefits you received due to wages in a base period that came from them to calculate your weekly benefit amount.

Chris

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