California Unemployment Insurance Code
(Last Updated August 2008)

California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1
This act is known and may be cited as the Unemployment Insurance Code.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2
The provisions of this code insofar as they are substantially the same as existing statutory provisions relating to the same subject matter shall be...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3
Any action or proceeding commenced before this code takes effect, or any right accrued, is not affected by this code, but all procedure taken shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4
Unless the context otherwise requires, the general provisions hereinafter set forth govern the construction of this code.
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Division, part, chapter, article, and section headings do not in any manner affect the scope, meaning, or intent of the provisions of this code.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 6
Whenever a power is granted to, or a duty imposed on any person or board by any provision of this code, it may be exercised or performed by any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 7
Whenever any reference is made to any portion of this code or of any other law, the reference applies to all amendments and additions thereto, now or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 8
"Writing" includes any form of recorded message capable of comprehension by ordinary visual means. Whenever any notice, report, petition, permit,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9
"Section" means a section of this code unless some other statute is specifically mentioned, and "subdivision" means a subdivision of the section in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10
The present tense includes the past and future tenses; and the future, the present.
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The masculine gender includes the feminine and neuter.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12
The singular number includes the plural and the plural the singular.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13
"City" includes incorporated city, city and county, municipal corporation, municipality, town and incorporated town.
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"County" includes city and county.
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"Shall" is mandatory and "may" is permissive.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 16
"Oath" includes affirmation and written certification or declaration subscribed to be true under penalty of perjury.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 17
"Signature" or "subscription" includes mark. The mark shall be made as required in the Civil Code.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 18
If any provision of this code, or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the remainder of the code, or the application of the
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 19
All persons who, at the time this code goes into effect, hold office under any of the acts repealed by this code, which offices are continued by this
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 20
Whenever any reference is made to any person, officer, board, or agency by any provision of this code, the reference applies to any other person,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 21
The Legislature hereby declares its intent that the term "workmen's compensation" shall hereafter also be known as "workers' compensation." In...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 100
As a guide to the interpretation and application of this division the public policy of this State is declared as follows: Experience has shown...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 101
This part is a part of a national plan of unemployment reserves and social security, and is enacted for the purpose of assisting in the stabilization
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 102
All the rights, privileges or immunities conferred by this division or by acts deemed pursuant thereto shall exist subject to the power of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 301
There is in the Labor and Workforce Development Agency the Employment Development Department, which is vested with the duties, purposes,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 301.6
The Employment Development Department shall have the possession and control of all records, papers, offices, equipment, supplies, moneys,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 301.7
All officers and employees of the State Department of Benefit Payments who, on the operative date of the statute amending this section at the 1977...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 302
The Director of Employment Development shall be appointed by the Governor, subject to the approval of the Senate, and shall serve as director at the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 303
There shall be five deputy directors in the Employment Development Department who shall be appointed by the Governor subject to the approval of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 304
Whenever a reference to this division is made in this article it shall also include all other divisions of this code.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 305
Regulations for the administration of the functions of the Employment Development Department under this code shall be adopted, amended, or repealed...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 305.5
All regulations heretofore adopted by the Director of the Department of Human Resources Development shall remain in effect and shall be fully...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 305.6
All regulations heretofore adopted by the Director of Benefit Payments pursuant to this code and in effect immediately preceding the operative date...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 306
The Director of Employment Development may adopt, amend, or repeal such regulations as are reasonably necessary to enforce his functions under this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 307
The department shall provide, upon the request of any person or entity, any or all of the department's rules, regulations, guidelines, bulletins,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 310
The Director of Employment Development or the Department of Employment Development may prescribe the extent, if any, to which any rule, regulation or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 311
The Director of Employment Development shall appoint such assistants except personnel of the appeals division as he finds necessary for the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 315
The appeals division within the department includes the appeals board and its clerical staff and assistants and the administrative law judges and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 316
There shall be maintained within an appropriate division of the department, a bureau, section or unit relating to education and public instruction...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 317
The Director of Employment Development shall maintain a field investigating staff, whose function shall embrace investigation throughout the state of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 318
The Director of Employment Development shall comply with all applicable provisions of the Government Code relating to contracts, budgets and other...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 320
The Director of Employment Development shall make such reports in such form and containing such information as the Secretary of Labor may from time...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 320.5
The director may by authorized regulations prescribe the information required to be reported to the department by employing units under this division
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 321
The Director of Employment Development shall make available, upon request, to any agency of the United States government charged with the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 322
The department may exchange information with other governmental departments and agencies, both federal and state, which are concerned with the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 323
The Director of Employment Development may apply for an advance to the Unemployment Fund and accept the responsibility for the repayment of such...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 324
The expense of the administration of this division shall be paid out of the Unemployment Administration Fund, unless otherwise provided for in this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 325
(a) The department may study and make recommendations as to action which might tend to: (1) Promote the prevention of unemployment and the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 325.5
The department, in consultation and coordination with veterans' organizations and veteran service providers, shall do all of the following: (a)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 325.6
(a) It is the intent of the Legislature that state supported Veterans Employment Training services meet the same performance standards as those...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 326
The department shall investigate and report upon the degree of unemployment hazard in various industries and occupations and their cost to the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 327
The department is authorized to enter into negotiations with the United States Bureau of the Census to expand the current population survey for a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 329
(a) The director, or his or her designee, shall serve as Chairperson of the Joint Enforcement Strike Force on the Underground Economy provided for in
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 333
(a) The department shall place a high priority on the automation of the Benefit Payment Control Program, specifically including, but not limited to,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 334
The director shall pursue the following methods to increase the collection of unemployment insurance benefit overpayments: (a) Developing...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 335
The department, in consultation and coordination with the film and movie industry, the Business, Transportation and Housing Agency, and the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 336
The director shall establish procedures to identify the transfer or acquisition of a business that is undertaken for purposes of obtaining a lower...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 451
The administration of this division and of other state and federal unemployment compensation and public employment service laws will be promoted by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 452
To the extent permissible under the laws and Constitution of the United States, the director may enter into or cooperate in arrangements whereby...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 453
To encourage cooperation between this state and other states in the enforcement of the unemployment insurance law of each state and to further...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 454
The director may enter into reciprocal arrangements with authorized agencies of other states or of the Federal Government, or both, whereby: (a)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 455
The director may enter into reciprocal arrangements with authorized agencies of other states or of the Federal Government, or both, whereby: (a)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 455.5
This state shall participate in any arrangements for the payment of compensation on the basis of combining an individual's wages and employment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 455.7
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, benefits shall not be denied or reduced to an individual solely because he files a claim in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 456
The director may enter into reciprocal arrangements with authorized agencies of other states or of the Federal Government, or both, whereby employer...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 601
"Employment" means service, including service in interstate commerce, performed by an employee for wages or under any contract of hire, written or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 601.5
For the purpose of this division only, "employment" includes any service in an artistic or literary capacity performed by an individual pursuant to a
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 602
"Employment" includes an individual's entire service, performed within, or both within and without, this State if: (a) The service is localized in
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 603
Service is localized within a state if: (a) The service is performed entirely within the state; or (b) The service is performed both within and
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 603.5
"Employment" includes an individual's entire service, wherever performed within the United States or Canada, if such service is not covered under the
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 604
"Employment" includes an individual's entire service, if such service is deemed performed in this State by virtue of an arrangement made pursuant to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 605
(a) Except as provided by Section 634.5, "employment" for the purposes of this part and Parts 3 (commencing with Section 3501) and 4 (commencing with
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 606
Each individual employed to perform or to assist in performing the work of any individual employed by an employing unit shall be deemed to be...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 606.5
(a) Whether an individual or entity is the employer of specific employees shall be determined under common law rules applicable in determining the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 607
If the services performed during one-half or more of any pay period by an employee for the person employing him constitute employment, all the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 608
"Employment", except as provided by Section 634.5, includes service excluded from "employment" under the Federal Unemployment Tax Act solely by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 609
(a) "Employment" includes service performed for an employing unit on or in connection with an American vessel operating on navigable waters within or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 610
"Employment" shall include the service of an individual who is a citizen of the United States, performed outside the United States (except in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 611
"Employment" includes agricultural labor.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 621
"Employee" means all of the following: (a) Any officer of a corporation. (b) Any individual who, under the usual common law rules applicable in
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 621.5
(a) "Employee" also means any individual who is an employee, pursuant to Section 2750.5 of the Labor Code, of a person who holds a valid state...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 622
(a) "Employee" does not include a director of a corporation or association performing services in his or her capacity as a director. This section...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 675
"Employer" means any employing unit, which for some portion of a day, has within the current calendar year or had within the preceding calendar year...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 676
"Employer" also means any employing unit, for which services are performed that are included in "employment" solely for the purposes of Part 2...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 677
"Employer" also means any employing unit for which service is performed in "employment" as defined by Section 605.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 678
"Employer" means any employing unit which pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement between an employer and a labor organization in the motion...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 679
(a) Notwithstanding Sections 606.5, 621, and 678, for the purposes of this code, "employer" means any employing unit that is a motion picture payroll
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 680
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, when motion picture production workers are employed by one or more affiliated entities of a motion...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 682
(a) "Employer" also means any employing unit which employs individuals to perform domestic service in a private home, local college club, or local...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 683
"Employer" also means any employing unit which employs individuals to perform domestic service comprising in-home supportive services under Article 7
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 684
(a) Solely for the purposes of Part 2 (commencing with Section 2601) of this division, "employer" also means any employing unit which employs...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 685
Solely for the purposes of Part 2 (commencing with Section 2601) of this division, "employer" also means any employing unit which employs individuals
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 686
"Employer" also means any person contracting for the creation of a specially ordered or commissioned work of authorship when the parties expressly...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 687.2
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, an employment agency, as defined in paragraph (3) of subdivision (a) or subdivision (h) of Section...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 701
An employing unit, not otherwise subject to this division, which files with the director its written election to become an employer for not less than
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 702
Except as provided by Sections 702.1, 709, and 710, any employing unit for which services that do not constitute employment are performed, may file...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 702.1
(a) As used in this section, "nonprofit organization" means any corporation, community chest, fund, or foundation for which services that constitute...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 702.5
Any employing unit for which services that do not constitute employment under Section 631 are performed, may file with the director a written...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 702.6
(a) Any employing unit who is an employer under this division may file with the director a written election to cover, for the purposes of Part 2...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 703
Services not included within "employment" and performed entirely without this State, with respect to no part of which contributions are required and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 704
The director shall not approve an election under Section 701, 702, 702.1, 702.5, 703, 708, or 708.5 if he or she finds that any of the following...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 704.1
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, the director may terminate any elective coverage agreement under this article if he or she...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 704.2
For purposes of Sections 704 and 704.1: (a) "Normally and continuously engaged in a regular trade, business, or occupation" means both of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 705
(a) An elective coverage agreement approved by the director pursuant to any section of this article may be terminated as of January 1st of any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 706
The director may for good cause waive the requirement of Section 705 that a written application for termination shall be filed on or before the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 707
Every employing unit which files an election to become an employer pursuant to Section 701, 702, 702.1, 702.5, 703, 709, or 710, or an application...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 708
(a) Any individual who is an employer under this division or any two or more individuals who have so qualified may file with the director a written...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 708.5
(a) Any individual who is self-employed, who is not an employer as defined in any provision of Article 3 (commencing with Section 675), of Chapter 3...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 709
Any local public entity located in this state specified in paragraph (3) of subdivision (a) of Section 135 or Indian tribe specified in paragraph (6)
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 710
(a) Any public entity or Indian tribe for which services that do constitute employment under Section 605 are performed and for which other services...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 710.4
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 709, any public school employer, as defined in Section 3540.1 of the Government Code, may elect to become...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 710.5
Notwithstanding Section 709, any public agency, as defined in Section 3501 of the Government Code, may elect to become an employer subject to Part 2...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 710.6
(a) Notwithstanding Section 709, any Indian tribe as described by subsection (u) of Section 3306 of Title 26 of the United States Code, including...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 710.7
(a) The State of California, as defined as an employer in Section 3513 of the Government Code, may elect to become an employer subject to Part 2...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 710.8
(a) (1) The Trustees of the California State University, as defined as an employer in Section 3562 of the Government Code, shall elect to become an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 711
No election filed by any public entity, as defined by Section 605, under any provision of this division shall be effective for service performed...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 712
To the extent permitted by federal law, no contributions shall be due from any nonprofit organization organized before 1960 which received a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 713
To the extent permitted by federal law, no contributions shall be due from any nonprofit organization which first became compulsorily subject to this
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 801
(a) As used in this section, "nonprofit organization" means any corporation, community chest, fund, or foundation for which services are performed...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 801.5
To the extent permitted by federal law, a nonprofit organization which before the operative date of this section elected reimbursement financing...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 802
(a) The State of California, any other public entity (as defined by Section 605), or any Indian tribe as described by subsection (u) of Section 3306...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 803
(a) As used in this section, "entity" means any employing unit that is authorized by any provision of Article 4 (commencing with Section 701) or by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 803.1
Notwithstanding any other provision of this article, if an entity acquires or succeeds to another entity in any manner, the method of reimbursement...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 803.2
Notwithstanding any other provision of this article, a nonprofit organization which elected reimbursement financing under Section 803 and which has...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 804
The director shall notify the United States Internal Revenue Service and the United States Department of Labor of the failure of any Indian tribe (as
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 805
An unregistered organization described in Section 608, and which has been determined by the Internal Revenue Service to be exempt under Section...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 806
(a) The department shall give notice, as required by Section 1327, to each public entity, as defined by Section 605, which has elected a method of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 821
(a) Each school employer may, in lieu of the contributions required of employers, elect to pay into the Unemployment Fund the cost of benefits,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 821.3
As used in this article, "administrator" means the Director of Employment Development.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 821.4
As used in this article, "employing unit" and "school employer" means the governing board of any school district or community college district, any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 821.5
The provisions of Article 3 (commencing with Section 1326) of Chapter 5 of this part relating to filing, determination, and payments of unemployment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 822
There is hereby established in the State Treasury the "School Employees Fund." The School Employees Fund is the successor of the "Classified School...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 823
(a) For the purpose of payment by each school employer of all or part of the charges for unemployment compensation benefits, fees, assessments,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 826
The administrator of the School Employees Fund shall, based on the total number of covered employees reflected on reports received by March 31, 1978,
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 827
Whenever the unencumbered balance of interest deposited in or earned by the School Employees Fund, after deducting administrative expenses paid or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 828
Each school employer shall be responsible for a quarterly local experience charge as set forth below, together with the charges or penalties set by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 829
The total amount of the local experience charge computed for each school employer pursuant to Section 828 shall be the amount that the school...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 831
There is hereby created a School Employer Advisory Committee of five persons. The committee shall consist of one person appointed by each of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 832
The administrator shall at least annually calculate, as of the close of and for the immediately preceding fiscal year, the experiences of school...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 901
The definitions set forth in this article are applicable to this chapter only.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 902
"Computation date" means the close of business on June 30th, of each calendar year for the purpose of establishing contribution rates for the next...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 903
"Rating period" means the full calendar year next succeeding any computation date.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 904
"Net balance of reserve" means the excess, if any, of credits required to be made to any employer's account over the charges against that account as...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 905
"Average base pay roll" means the quotient obtained by dividing by three the total amount of taxable wages paid by an employer during the most recent
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 906
"Contributions paid on his own behalf" means: (a) All contributions paid under this part to the Unemployment Fund on behalf of an employer with...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 926
Except as otherwise provided in this article "wages" means all remuneration payable to an employee for personal services, whether by private...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 926.5
"Wages" also means all remuneration payable for personal services, as specified in Section 926, when the legal obligation for the payment of such...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 927
"Wages" also means all tips which are received while performing services which constitute employment and included in a written statement furnished to
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 928
Unless otherwise specifically provided, the definitions and qualifications of deferred compensation plans shall be determined for purposes of this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 928.5
"Wages" also includes all of the following: (a) Any employer contributions under a qualified cash or deferred arrangement, as defined by Section...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 929
"Wages" does not include the actual amount of any required or necessary business expense incurred by an individual in connection with his employment,
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 930
"Wages" does not include remuneration in excess of seven thousand dollars ($7,000) paid to an individual by an employer during any calendar year,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 930.1
For the purpose of determining whether an employer has paid remuneration with respect to employment in excess of the limitation prescribed by Section
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 930.5
If an employer during any calendar year acquires substantially all the property used in a trade or business of another employer, or used in a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 931
"Wages" does not include the amount of any payment, including any amount paid by an employer for insurance or annuities, or into a fund, to provide...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 931.5
(a) Except for Part 2 (commencing with Section 2601) of this division and Division 6 (commencing with Section 13000), any third party which makes a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 933
"Wages" does not include any payment on account of sickness or accident disability, or medical or hospitalization expenses in connection with...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 934
"Wages" does not include any payment made to, or on behalf of, an employee or his or her beneficiary: (a) From or to a trust described in Section...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 935
"Wages" does not include the payment by an employer, without deduction from the remuneration of the employee, of the tax imposed upon an employee...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 936
"Wages" does not include remuneration paid in any medium other than cash to an employee for service not in the course of the employer's trade or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 937
"Wages" does not include the payment to, or on behalf of, an employee for moving expenses, if at the time of the payment it is reasonable to believe...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 938
(a) "Wages" does not include any payment or series of payments by an employer to an employee or any of his or her dependents which is paid: (1)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 938.1
"Wages" does not include any contribution, payment, or service provided by an employer which may be excluded from the gross income of an employee,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 938.3
"Wages" does not include any payment made, or benefit furnished to, or for the benefit of, an employee, for any of the following: (a) An...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 938.5
"Wages" does not include any payment received by a member of the National Guard or reserve component of the armed forces for inactive duty training,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 938.7
"Wages," does not include any payment made by an employer to a survivor, or the estate of a former employee, after the calendar year in which the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 939
Types of payments excluded from the definition of wages by Sections 931, 931.5, 933, 934, 935, 936, 937, 938, 938.1, 938.3, and 938.7 shall be...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 940
For the purposes of this section, of Sections 977 and 977.5 to the extent specified by those sections, and of Sections 1026, 1088, 1280, 1281, 1282,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 976
Employer contributions to the Unemployment Fund shall accrue and become payable by every employer, except an employer as defined by Section 676, for...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 976.5
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), in addition to other contributions required by this division, every employer, except an employer to which...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 976.6
In addition to other contributions required by this division, every employer, except an employer defined by Section 676, 684, or 685, and except an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 976.8
(a) Section 976.6 does not apply to any employer who has a negative reserve account balance on the computation date. (b) Subdivision (a) does not...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 977
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (c), if, as of the computation date, the employer's net balance of reserve equals or exceeds that percentage of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 977.5
Whenever the balance in the Unemployment Fund on September 30 of any calendar year is less than 0.6 percent of the wages (as defined by Section 940)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 979
On or before January 10 of each calendar year, the director shall prepare a statement based on records of the department declaring which of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 980
(a) In determining the balance in the Unemployment Fund for the purpose of Sections 977 and 977.5, there shall be excluded all of the following: ...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 980.5
In determining the balance in the Unemployment Fund for the purpose of Sections 977 and 977.5, there shall be included both of the following: (a)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 981
In determining wages in employment, for the purpose of Sections 977 and 977.5, there shall be excluded all wages paid in employment under any type of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 982
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), no employer shall be eligible for a contribution rate of more or less than 3.4 percent for any rating...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 984
(a) (1) Each worker shall pay worker contributions at the rate determined by the director pursuant to this section with respect to wages, as defined...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 984.5
(a) Effective January 1, 1994, the director shall prepare a statement on or before November 30 of each calendar year, which shall be a public record,
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 985
Section 984 shall not apply to that part of the remuneration which, after remuneration with respect to employment equal to four times the maximum...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 986
(a) Notwithstanding any provision of law in this state to the contrary, each employer shall: (1) Except as provided in subdivision (a)(2) of this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 987
Each employer shall be liable for any and all contributions required to be made by his workers on account of wages which he has paid to them...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 987.7
(a) If the worker contributions required in any one month to be made because of the receipt of cash tips and cash gratuities exceed the wages of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 988
In case of the insolvency or bankruptcy of an employer, contributions by workers, payable as provided in this article, shall not be considered any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 989
The annual tax rate or contribution rate which under this division is determined to apply to any particular employee or any particular employer, or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 990
In the payment of any contributions, a fractional part of a cent shall be disregarded unless it amounts to one-half cent ($0.005) or more, in which...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 991
(a) Any contributions paid to the Unemployment Fund or Disability Fund either with respect to wages on which contributions previously have been paid...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 992
During such time as the Federal Unemployment Tax Act is amended so that employers are allowed, against the tax imposed by Section 3301 of that act,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 993
Every employer who is subject to the tax provided for by Section 3301 of the Federal Unemployment Tax Act, shall, subject to Section 992, pay into...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 994
Sections 992 and 993 shall not become operative unless the Secretary of Labor certifies that they are in conformity with the provisions of Title III...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 995
The department shall submit to the Legislature in May and October of each year a report on the status of the Unemployment Fund and the Unemployment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1025
The director shall keep separate records of the amounts paid into the fund by each employer in his or her own behalf, or chargeable to him or her as...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1026
(a) The director shall maintain a separate reserve account for each employer, and shall credit each reserve account with all the contributions paid...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1027.1
On the computation date in 1966, the portion of each negative reserve balance which has not previously been charged to the balancing account shall be
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1027.5
On the computation date each year, the amount each employer' s net balance of reserve is more negative than 21 percent of the employer's average base
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1027.6
On the computation date of June 30, 1983, the amount each employer's net balance of reserve was more negative than 12 percent of the employer's...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1028
The charge of unemployment compensation benefits to an employer's account required by Section 1026 shall be made in such manner as to include as of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1029
(a) Whenever an employer ceases to pay wages in employment, the reserve account of the employer, unless it has been transferred under Article 5...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1030
(a) Any employer who is entitled under Section 1327 to receive notice of the filing of a new or additional claim may, within 10 days after mailing of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1030.1
(a) If the employment of an individual is terminated due to his absence from work for a period in excess of 24 hours because of his incarceration and
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1031
No ruling made under Section 1030 may constitute a basis for the disqualification of any claimant but a determination by the department made under...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1032
If it is ruled under Section 1030 or 1328 that the claimant left the employer's employ voluntarily and without good cause, or left under one of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1032.5
(a) Any base period employer may, within 15 days after mailing of a notice of computation under Section 1329, submit to the department facts within...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1033
The director shall not less frequently than once each year furnish each employer with an itemized statement of the charges to the reserve account,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1034
(a) The employer, within 60 days after the date of mailing of any statement of charges or credits and charges to the reserve account, or within an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1035
The director shall give notice pursuant to Section 1206 to the employer of his or her action on a protest filed under Section 1034.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1036
(a) The director shall give notice, pursuant to Section 1206, to the employer of the correction of any error which the director finds in any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1037
If a protest involving the contribution rate is pending when any contribution to which such rate relates is due, the employer shall pay the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1051
Whenever any employing unit acquires the organization, trade, or business, or substantially all of the assets thereof, or a distinct and severable...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1051.5
To the extent permitted by federal law, Sections 1051, 1052, and 1053 are applicable to acquisitions by a nonprofit organization which has elected...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1052
Upon receipt of the application the separate account, actual contribution and benefit experience and payrolls of the predecessor or that part...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1053
Sections 1051 and 1052 are applicable to applications for transfer of reserve accounts made after the 90-day period beginning with the date of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1054
The provisions of this article requiring a specific application for transfer of reserve account shall not apply to any successor who through error or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1055
In the event of a denial or granting of an application for transfer of reserve account, the director shall give notice pursuant to Section 1206 to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1056
The director may prescribe regulations for the establishment, maintenance, and dissolution of joint accounts by two or more employers and shall, in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1057
Upon dissolution of a joint venture each participating employer may within 90 days apply for the transfer of his proportionate share of the reserve...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1058
As used in this article the term "joint venture" means a separate employing unit which has been organized by two or more employers to accomplish a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1060
A change in contribution rate caused by a transfer under this article of all or a portion of the separate account, actual contribution and benefit...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1061
(a) For purposes of this article, the reserve account attributable to a transferred business shall also be transferred to, and combined with, the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1085
Every employing unit shall keep a true and accurate work record of: (a) All his workers and their status, i.e., employed, on layoff or leave of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1086
(a) Each employing unit within 15 days after becoming an employer as defined in this part shall register with the department on a form prescribed by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1087
Any officer or employee of the Sales and Use Tax Division of the Board of Equalization who is authorized to accept an application for a seller's...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1088
(a) (1) Each employer shall file with the director within the time required by subdivision (a) or (d) of Section 1110 for payment of employer...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1088.5
(a) In addition to information reported in accordance with Section 1088, effective July 1, 1998, each employer shall file, with the department, the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1088.6
Each employer, pursuant to authorized regulations, shall furnish a written statement to the worker showing the excess of the worker contributions...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1088.8
(a) Effective January 1, 2001, any service-recipient, as defined in subdivision (b), who makes or is required to make a return to the Internal...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1089
Each employer shall post and maintain in places readily accessible to individuals in his service such printed statements concerning benefit rights...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1090
(a) Every assignee, receiver, trustee in bankruptcy, or other representative of an insolvent employing unit, and every administrator or executor of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1092
Every employing unit shall furnish to the director, administrative law judge, or deputy, upon demand, a sworn statement of the matters contained in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1093
In the event any employer shall fail to keep and furnish to the director, upon notice, any required records or reports necessary for a full...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1094
(a) Except as otherwise specifically provided in this code, the information obtained in the administration of this code is confidential, not open to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1095
The director shall permit the use of any information in his or her possession to the extent necessary for any of the following purposes and may...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1096
Where a number of workers are normally employed in employment in the course of a year by several employers, such employers, with the approval of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1097
The manner of crediting to each employer the employment experience of the group of employers who have appointed an agent pursuant to Section 1096,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1098
Nothing contained in Sections 1096 or 1097 shall be construed to make the agent the employer of the workers, or relieve any employer of his...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1110
(a) Employer contributions required under Sections 976 and 976.6, the amount of benefits received by any individual pursuant to this part that is...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1110.1
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the director shall allocate any payment to the department relating to liability for contributions,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1110.6
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 1110, whenever the liability of an employer for contributions under this division arises under the terms of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1111
The director for good cause may extend for not to exceed 60 days the time for making a return or report or paying without penalty any amount required
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1111.5
If the Governor declares a state of emergency, the director may extend the time requirements for filing returns or reports pursuant to Section 1088...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1112
(a) Any employer who without good cause fails to pay any contributions required of him or her or of his or her workers, except amounts assessed under
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1112.5
(a) Any employer who without good cause fails to file the reports required by subdivision (a) of Section 1088 and subdivision (a) of Section 13021...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1113
Any employer who fails to pay any contributions required of him or of his workers, except amounts assessed under Article 8 (commencing with Section...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1113.1
An employer who, through an error caused by excusable neglect, makes an underpayment of the amount due on a monthly report of contributions pursuant...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1114
(a) Any employer who, without good cause, fails to file within 15 days after service by the director of notice pursuant to Section 1206 of a specific
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1115
(a) If the director finds that the collection of any contributions will be jeopardized in any case where an employing unit is insolvent, or is...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1116
(a) (1) Every employing unit except a domestic or foreign corporation or a domestic or foreign limited liability company shall, within 10 days of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1117
If any employer fails to file the annual reconciliation return described in subdivision (e) of Section 1088 or subdivision (j) of Section 13021 on or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1118
(a) This section applies only to employers who employ individuals to perform domestic service, as described in Sections 682 and 684. (b) Effective
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1119
The director shall notify the United States Internal Revenue Service and the United States Department of Labor of the failure of any Indian tribe (as
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1126
If any employing unit fails to make a return or report as required under this division, the director shall make an estimate based upon any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1126.1
(a) If any employing unit fails to register with the department as required under Section 1086, and the failure is due to intentional disregard or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1127
If the director is not satisfied with any return or report made by any employing unit of the amount of employer or worker contributions, he or she...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1127.5
(a) If the director determines that an individual or entity that is reporting employee wages pursuant to Section 1088 or other applicable sections is
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1128
(a) If the failure of the employing unit to file a return or report within the time required by this division and authorized regulations or if any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1128.1
(a) If the director finds that an individual or business entity has exchanged money on behalf of an employer and the employer used the cash proceeds...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1129
The amount of each assessment shall bear interest at the adjusted annual rate and by the method established pursuant to Section 19521 of the Revenue...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1130
One or more assessments may be made for the amount due for one or for more than one period and overpayments may be offset against underpayments.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1131
The director shall give to the employing unit against whom an assessment is made a written notice of the assessment pursuant to Section 1206.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1132
Except in the case of failure without good cause to file a return or report, fraud or intent to evade any provision of this division or authorized...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1135
Assessments under this article become delinquent if not paid on or before the date they become final pursuant to Sections 1036, 1221, 1222, and 1224.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1136
If the director finds that an assessment or portion thereof has been erroneously made, he may cancel the assessment or portion thereof in the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1137
(a) If the director finds, in accordance with Section 1137.1, that the collection of any contributions will be jeopardized by delay the director...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1137.1
A jeopardy assessment may be made only upon a finding by the director, based upon probable cause, that any of the following conditions are met: ...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1141
When an assessment for worker contributions that is made pursuant to the provisions of this article becomes final against a farm labor contractor, as
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1141.1
The director shall notify the United States Internal Revenue Service and the United States Department of Labor of the failure of any Indian tribe (as
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1142
(a) If the director finds that any employer or any employee, officer, or agent of any employer, in submitting facts concerning the termination of a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1142.1
(a) If the director finds that any employer or any employee, officer, or agent of any employer, in submitting facts concerning the termination of a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1143
If the director finds that any individual falsely certifies the medical condition of any person in order to obtain disability insurance benefits,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1144
(a) Any employer who induces, solicits, or coerces an employee to file a false or fraudulent claim for benefits shall be assessed a penalty in an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1145
(a) If the director finds that a person or business entity knowingly advises another person or business entity to violate any provision of this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1176
If, by reason of an employee receiving wages from more than one employer during any calendar year, the wages received by him or her during such year...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1176.5
(a) Except as provided by subdivision (c) of this section, refunds and credits under Section 1176 shall be claimed pursuant to Section 17061 of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1177
Except as provided by subdivision (b) of Section 1178, if the director determines that any amount of contributions, penalty or interest has been...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1177.5
(a) If the director determines that an overpayment has been made to the department by an employing unit or the School Employees Fund because of a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1178
(a) A claim for refund or credit may be filed with the director for any overpayment including, but not limited to, amounts paid subsequent to the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1179
Every claim for refund or credit shall be in writing and shall state the specific grounds upon which the claim is founded. A waiver of any demand...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1179.5
If an employing unit pays the amount of contributions, penalties, and interest assessed under Article 8 (commencing with Section 1126) of Chapter 4...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1180
The director shall give notice pursuant to Section 1206 to the claimant whenever he or she denies any claim for refund or credit in whole or in part.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1180.1
No claim for refund of amounts paid pursuant to Section 1870 may be filed.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1180.5
(a) If the director finds that a claim for refund or credit or portion thereof, including a claim deemed made and denied pursuant to subdivision (a)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1181
Interest shall be allowed and paid only to the extent that interest and penalties collected under this division are available therefor upon any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1184
If any refund or portion thereof is erroneously made, the director shall assess that amount to the employing unit or other person to whom the refund...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1185
The director, in collaboration with the Franchise Tax Board, shall do all of the following: (a) Identify taxpayers who have overpaid disability...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1206
A notice given under this chapter by the director, an administrative law judge, or the appeals board: (a) May be served personally or by mail,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1221
(a) Within 10 working days of notice of an assessment pursuant to Section 1137, the employer may file a petition for reassessment of the jeopardy...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1222
Within 30 days of service of any notice of assessment or denial of claim for refund or credit under Section 803, 821, or 991, or of any notice under...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1223
If any petition is filed under this article within the time and meeting requirements prescribed, an administrative law judge shall review the matter...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1224
(a) The petitioner or the director may, within 30 days after the service of notice of an administrative law judge's decision under this article, file
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1231
(a) The department shall develop and implement a taxpayer education and information program directed at, but not limited to, the following: (1)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1233
(a) If an employing unit's failure to make a timely return or payment is due to the person's reasonable reliance on written advice from the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1236
Any civil employment tax matter dispute arising under Article 8 (commencing with Section 1126), Article 9 (commencing with Section 1176), or Article...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1237
(a) No business entity shall discharge or otherwise discriminate against any person because he or she has sought information from the department...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1241
(a) No suit or proceeding shall be maintained in any court for the recovery of any amount of contributions, interest or penalties alleged to have...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1242
If, in any action authorized by Section 1241, judgment is rendered for the plaintiff, the amount of the judgment shall first be credited on any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1243
A decision of the appeals board on an appeal from a denial of a protest under Section 1034 or on an appeal from a denial or granting of an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1251
Unemployment compensation benefits are payable from the Unemployment Fund to unemployed individuals who are eligible under this part.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1252
(a) An individual is "unemployed" in any week in which he or she meets any of the following conditions: (1) Any week during which he or she...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1252.1
With respect to individuals hired as commercial fishermen a "totally unemployed individual" means an individual who, during a particular week, while...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1252.2
With respect to individuals hired as commercial fishermen a "partially unemployed individual" means an individual who, during a particular week meets
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253
An unemployed individual is eligible to receive unemployment compensation benefits with respect to any week only if the director finds that: (a) A
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.1
An unemployed individual who is in all respects otherwise eligible for unemployment compensation benefits shall not be deemed ineligible for any week
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.12
An unemployed individual who is in all respects otherwise eligible for unemployment compensation benefits, shall not be deemed ineligible for any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.15
An unemployed individual who has been discharged from any branch of the United States armed services and who is in all respects otherwise eligible...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.2
An unemployed individual who is in all respects otherwise eligible for unemployment compensation benefits shall not be deemed ineligible for any week
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.3
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, unemployment compensation benefits, extended duration benefits, and federal-state extended...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.4
Unemployment compensation benefits, extended duration benefits, and federal-state extended benefits shall not be payable to any individual on the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.5
Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision (c) of Section 1253, if an individual is, in all other respects, eligible for benefits under this part,
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.6
For purposes of subdivision (c) of Section 1253, an unemployed individual who is in all respects otherwise eligible for unemployment compensation...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.7
For the purposes of subdivision (e) of Section 1253, an individual shall not be disqualified for any week solely because of either of the following:
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.8
An unemployed individual shall not be disqualified for eligibility for unemployment compensation benefits solely on the basis that he or she is only...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1253.9
An unemployed individual may not be disqualified for unemployment compensation benefits solely on the basis that he or she is a student. An...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1254
No week shall be counted as a week of unemployment under subdivision (d) of Section 1253: (a) Unless it occurs within the benefit year which...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1255
An individual is not eligible for unemployment compensation benefits on account of unemployment for any week or part of any week with respect to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1255.3
(a) Except as provided by subdivisions (c) and (d), the amount of unemployment compensation benefits, extended duration benefits, and federal-state...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1255.5
(a) An individual is not eligible for unemployment compensation benefits or extended duration benefits for the same day or days of unemployment for...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1255.7
(a) The Department of Child Support Services shall notify the director whether an individual filing a claim for unemployment compensation after...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1256
An individual is disqualified for unemployment compensation benefits if the director finds that he or she left his or her most recent work...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1256.1
(a) If the employment of an individual is terminated due to his absence from work for a period in excess of 24 hours because of his incarceration and
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1256.2
(a) Except as otherwise provided in subdivision (b), an individual who terminates his or her employment shall not be deemed to have left his or her...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1256.3
For the purposes of Sections 1256, 1256.1, 1256.2, 1256.4, and 1256.5, "most recent work" is that work in which a claimant last performed compensated
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1256.4
(a) An individual is disqualified for unemployment compensation benefits if either of the following occur: (1) The director finds that he or she...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1256.5
(a) An individual shall be deemed to have left his or her most recent work with good cause if the director finds that he or she leaves employment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1257
An individual is also disqualified for unemployment compensation benefits if: (a) He or she willfully, for the purpose of obtaining unemployment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1258
"Suitable employment" means work in the individual's usual occupation or for which he is reasonably fitted, regardless of whether or not it is...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1258.5
"Suitable employment" does not include employment with an employer who does not: (a) Possess an appropriate state license to engage in his...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1259
Notwithstanding any other provisions of this division, no work or employment shall be deemed suitable and benefits shall not be denied to any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1260
(a) An individual disqualified under Section 1256, under a determination transmitted to him or her by the department, is ineligible to receive...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1260.1
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, benefits shall not be denied to any individual by reason of cancellation of wage credits or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1261
When successive disqualifications under Section 1257 occur, the director may extend the period of ineligibility provided for in Section 1260 for an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1262
An individual is not eligible for unemployment compensation benefits, and these benefits shall not be payable to him or her, if the individual left...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1262.5
Whenever the department learns that a trade dispute is in progress, the department shall promptly conduct an investigation and make investigation...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1263
(a) Any individual convicted under Section 2101 by any court of competent jurisdiction of willfully making a false statement or knowingly failing to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1264
(a) Unemployment compensation benefits, extended duration benefits, and federal-state extended benefits shall not be payable on the basis of services
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1265
Notwithstanding any other provisions of this division, payments to an individual under a plan or system established by an employer which makes...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1265.1
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, payments to an individual by an employer who has failed to provide the advance notice of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1265.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, payments to an individual for vacation pay which was earned but not paid for services performed
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1265.6
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, payments to an individual for holiday pay for any holiday occurring in a week during which the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1265.7
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, payments to an individual for sick pay which was earned but not paid for services performed...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1265.9
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, payments for severance pay or terminal pay to an individual who is terminated from his or her...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1266
Experience has shown that the ability of a large number of the population of California to compete for jobs in the labor market is impaired by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1267
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, with respect to an unemployed individual otherwise eligible for benefits, such benefits shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1268
An unemployed individual who files a claim for unemployment compensation benefits or extended duration benefits, or an application for federal-state...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1269
A determination of potential eligibility for benefits under this article shall be issued to an unemployed individual if the director finds that any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1270
As used in this article: (a) "Demand occupation" means an occupation in a labor market area in which the director determines work opportunities...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1271
(a) Any unemployed individual receiving unemployment compensation benefits payable under this division, who applies for a determination of potential...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1271.5
(a) The department shall inform all individuals who claim unemployment compensation benefits in this state of the benefits potentially available...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1272
Notwithstanding subdivision (c) of Section 1253, an unemployed individual who is able to work is eligible to receive benefits under this article with
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1272.5
If an individual fails to submit for any week during a period of training or retraining the certification required by Section 1272, he or she shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1273
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this article, no payment of benefits during a period of training or retraining as described in this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1274
The director may publish a list of high demand occupations in each labor market area of this state. If a demand occupation is limited to a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1274.10
This article shall remain in effect only until January 1, 2015, and as of that date is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, which is chaptered...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1275
Unemployment compensation benefit award computations shall be based on wages paid in the base period. "Base period" means: for benefit years...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1276
"Benefit year", with respect to any individual, means the 52-week period beginning with the first day of the week with respect to which the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1277
Notwithstanding Section 1281, if the base period of a new claim includes wages which were paid prior to the effective date of, and not used in the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1277.5
In determining, under Section 1277, whether a new claim is valid, twice the amount which an individual was entitled to receive under Part 2...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1278
For the purposes of this chapter, wages shall be counted as "wages for employment for employers" for benefit purposes with respect to any benefit...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1279
(a) Each individual eligible under this chapter who is unemployed in any week shall be paid with respect to that week an unemployment compensation...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1279.5
(a) Notwithstanding Section 1252 or 1252.2 or any other provision of this part, for the purposes of this section an individual is "unemployed" in any
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1280
(a) For any new claims filed with an effective date on or after January 1, 1992, and prior to September 11, 2001, an individual' s weekly benefit...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1281
(a) An individual cannot establish a valid claim or a benefit year during which any benefits are payable unless during his or her base period, for...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1282
If the remuneration of an individual is not based upon a fixed period or duration of time or if the individual's wages are paid at irregular...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1300
The Legislature finds that the traditional system of unemployment compensation is primarily designed to provide income support for workers who are...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1326
Claims for unemployment compensation benefits shall be made in accordance with authorized regulations of the director. Except as otherwise provided...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1327
The department shall give a notice of the filing of a new or additional claim to the employing unit by which the claimant was last employed...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1328
The department shall consider the facts submitted by an employer pursuant to Section 1327 and make a determination as to the claimant's eligibility...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1329
Upon the filing of a new claim for benefits, the department shall promptly make a computation on the claim which shall set forth the maximum amount...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1330
The claimant and any base period employer to whom a notice of computation or recomputation is given may, within 20 days after the mailing or personal
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1331
Any base period employer shall, within 15 days after mailing of a notice of computation, submit to the department any facts then known which he or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1332
(a) The department shall promptly serve notice of any determination of eligibility for benefits under this part or Part 3 or Part 4 of this division...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1332.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division any provision that prescribes time limits within which the department may reconsider any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1333
Notices, protests, and information required under this article shall be submitted in accordance with authorized regulations.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1334
An administrative law judge after affording a reasonable opportunity for fair hearing, shall, unless such appeal is withdrawn, affirm, reverse,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1335
If an appeal is filed, benefits with respect to the period prior to the final decision on the appeal shall be paid only after the decision, except...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1336
The director or any party to a decision by an administrative law judge may appeal to the appeals board from the decision. The appeals board may...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1337
The decision of the appeals board on an appeal from the decision of an administrative law judge must be rendered within 60 days after the submission...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1338
If the appeals board issues a decision allowing benefits the benefits shall be paid regardless of any further action taken by the director, the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1339
(a) The department shall pay unemployment compensation benefits through public employment offices or such other agency as may be prescribed by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1340
Minors who are eligible for benefits may be paid and receive benefits in their own right, and a receipt signed by a minor shall be valid and binding.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1341
Benefits due a deceased or legally declared incompetent person may be paid to such person or persons as appears to the Director of Employment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1342
Any waiver by any person of any benefit or right under this code is invalid, except as provided by Sections 1255.7, 1342.1, 1345, and 2630. Benefits
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1342.1
(a) An individual filing a new claim for unemployment compensation shall, at the time of filing the claim, be advised that: (1) Unemployment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1345
(a) An individual covered by a voluntary plan approved under Section 3254 may, at the time he or she applies for voluntary plan benefits or at any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1375
Any person who is overpaid any amount of benefits under this part is liable for the amount overpaid unless any of the following is applicable: (a)
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1375.1
If the director finds that an individual has been overpaid unemployment compensation benefits because he or she willfully, for the purpose of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1375.3
No determination of overpayment shall be based upon the disallowance by the Workmen's Compensation Appeals Board of a claim of lien filed under...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1375.5
Any claim of lien filed with the Workmen's Compensation Appeals Board under the provisions of Section 4903 of the Labor Code shall be fully...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1376
The Director of Employment Development shall determine the amount of the overpayment and any assessment authorized under Section 1375.1 and shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1377
Within 20 days from the date of mailing or serving of the notice of overpayment, the person affected may file an appeal to an administrative law...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1378
The Appeals Board shall review an appeal from an overpayment determination as provided in Sections 1336 and 1337 and determine what amount, if any,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1379
The director, subject to this article, may do any or all of the following in the recovery of overpayments of unemployment compensation benefits: ...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1379.5
An abstract of judgment obtained pursuant to subdivision (a) or (b) of Section 1379, or a copy thereof, may be recorded with the county recorder of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1379.6
(a) If an abstract has been recorded as provided in Section 1379.5, and the lien, including any interest, costs, and penalty, has been satisfied in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1380
No person shall be liable for the amount of benefits received where the benefits were paid pursuant to an administrative law judge' s decision which...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1381
The director shall enforce collection of any judgment obtained by the director under subdivision (a) or (b) of Section 1379. Amounts collected under
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1382
No person shall be liable for the amount of benefits received for any period for which the person also received an award or settlement of backpay...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1383
Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, the Franchise Tax Board shall aid the department in the recovery of overpayments of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1384
Amounts collected by the Controller for benefit overpayment accounts, pursuant to Section 12419.2 of the Government Code, shall be deposited in the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1451
Nonprofessional employees of the Fremont and Riverside campuses of the California School for the Deaf, the Fremont campus of the California School...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1452
Notwithstanding Section 1253.3, between terms unemployment compensation benefits are payable by the Controller, from funds appropriated for support...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1453
(a) There shall be transferred to the Employment Development Department from funds appropriated for support of the State Department of Education and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1454
An individual who receives any unemployment compensation benefits otherwise payable irrespective of this chapter, including retroactive unemployment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1501
The director may in accordance with law deposit for the purpose of clearance by the director all money collected under this division, in a state or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1521
The Unemployment Fund is continued in existence as a special fund, separate and apart from all public money or funds of this state. This fund shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1522
The Unemployment Fund shall be administered by the director exclusively for the purposes of this division without liability upon the part of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1523
Withdrawals by the director from the Unemployment Fund are exempted from the operation of Sections 925.4 and 925.6 of the Government Code.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1524
The State Treasurer is ex officio the treasurer and custodian of the Unemployment Fund. He shall administer the fund in accordance with the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1525
There shall be maintained within the fund three separate accounts: (a) A clearing account. (b) An Unemployment Trust Fund account. (c) A...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1526
All contributions and amounts payable to the Unemployment Fund after proper clearance shall be forwarded to the Treasurer who shall immediately...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1526.1
All withheld income taxes and amounts payable to the Personal Income Tax Fund after proper clearance shall be forwarded to the Treasurer who shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1526.2
All worker contributions and amounts payable to the Disability Fund after proper clearance shall be forwarded to the Treasurer who shall immediately...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1526.3
All amounts specified in Section 1585 payable to the Contingent Fund after proper clearance shall be forwarded to the Treasurer who shall immediately
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1526.4
All amounts payable to the Unemployment Administration Fund after proper clearance shall be forwarded to the Treasurer who shall immediately deposit...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1527
Immediately after clearance, all money in the clearing account except interest on contributions, and penalties collected shall be deposited in or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1528
The benefit account consists of all money requisitioned from this State's account in the Unemployment Trust Fund, except money requisitioned for...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1528.5
(a) Money credited to the account of this state in the Unemployment Trust Fund by the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States of America...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1529
Except as provided in Section 1528.5, money shall be requisitioned from this State's account in the Unemployment Trust Fund solely for the payment of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1530
The provisions of this article to the extent that they relate to the Unemployment Trust Fund, shall be operative only so long as that fund continues...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1531
The director shall, without presenting vouchers and itemized statements therefor, withdraw from the benefit account any sums which he deems necessary
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1532
Money in the benefit payment account shall be used solely to pay benefits pursuant to authorized regulations and no other disbursement shall be made...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1533
Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, money in the clearing and benefit accounts may be deposited by the Treasurer, under the direction of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1534
Refunds or judgments payable pursuant to this part, may be paid from the clearing account or from the benefit account with respect to any money...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1535
During such time as the Federal Social Security Act and Federal Unemployment Tax Act are amended so as to remove the requirement that all money...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1536
Any amounts determined by the director or his authorized representatives to be payable to employing units as refunds of contributions erroneously...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1537
Whenever any warrant drawn on an account in the Unemployment Fund or on the Unemployment Administration Fund or the Contingent Fund by the State...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1555
The Unemployment Administration Fund is continued in existence as a special fund in the State Treasury. All money which is deposited or paid into...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1556
Except for money deposited pursuant to Section 1528.5, the Unemployment Administration Fund shall consist of all money appropriated by this state for
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1557
Money in the Unemployment Administration Fund shall not be commingled with other state funds, but shall be maintained in a separate account on the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1558
Except as provided by Section 1558.5, all money in the Unemployment Administration Fund shall be expended solely for the purpose of defraying the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1558.5
Money in the Unemployment Administration Fund may be expended for any cost of administration under this code, or for any expenditure by the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1559
All money in the Unemployment Administration Fund shall be deposited, administered, and disbursed in the same manner and under the same conditions...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1560
All money in the Unemployment Administration Fund, in excess of current requirements, and not otherwise invested, may be deposited by the State...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1561
The State Treasurer is liable on his official bond for the faithful performance of his duties in connection with the Unemployment Administration...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1562
This state recognizes its obligations to replace, and pledges the faith of this state that funds shall be provided in the future, and applied to the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1585
There is in the State Treasury a special fund known as the Employment Development Department Contingent Fund. The Employment Development Department...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1585.5
The director shall estimate the amount of penalties and interest collected by the department pursuant to Division 6 (commencing with Section 13000)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1586
All amounts in the Contingent Fund are hereby continuously appropriated without regard to fiscal years for refund of amounts collected and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1586.5
There is hereby appropriated from the Contingent Fund to the Employment Development Department an amount sufficient to augment an appropriation...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1588
Any amount authorized to be expended from the Contingent Fund for administration may be transferred to the Unemployment Administration Fund, but any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1589
In lieu of filing claims for refund and interest payable on refunds against each of the funds from which an amount has been determined to be due...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1590
Except as provided by Section 1585.5, the director shall from time to time determine, and the State Controller shall from time to time transfer, the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1590.5
It is the intent of the Legislature that the Budget Act for each fiscal year shall appropriate the entire amount available in the Contingent Fund...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1591
(a) There is in the State Treasury the Employment Development Department Building Fund. There shall be deposited in, or transferred to, the fund the
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1592
The Employment Development Department Building Fund shall be used for the acquisition, construction, or renovation of department facilities,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1595
There is in the State Treasury a special fund known as the Employment Development Department Benefit Audit Fund. There shall be deposited in, or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1596
All amounts in the Benefit Audit Fund are hereby continuously appropriated without regard to fiscal years for the refund of amounts collected and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1601
When money other than Disability Fund money is used in the purchase of property and in the construction of buildings, and appurtenant facilities, or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1602
The department shall comply with all federal regulations with regard to the sale of property in which the federal government has an equity.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1610
There is in the State Treasury a special fund known as the Employment Training Fund. There shall be deposited in or transferred to this fund all...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1611
Money in the Employment Training Fund shall be expended only for the purposes of Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 10200) of Part 1 of Division 3,
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1611.5
Notwithstanding Section 1611, the Legislature may appropriate from the Employment Training Fund an amount specified in the annual Budget Act to fund...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1701
The wage earner and employer contributions required to be paid by any employing unit under this division, together with interest and penalties, shall
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1702
Section 1701 does not give the state a preference over any lien or security interest which was recorded or perfected prior to the time when the state
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1703
(a) If any employing unit or other person fails to pay any amount imposed under this division at the time that it becomes due and payable, the amount
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1731
Any person or employing unit that acquires the organization, trade or business, or substantially all the assets thereof, of an employer shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1732
(a) Upon request of either of the parties to an acquisition as described in Section 1731, the department shall within 30 days issue a certificate, or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1733
Any person or employing unit that fails to withhold money or other property or fails to pay the amount or value of the property withheld as provided...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1734
The director shall have all of the remedies for collection against any person or employing unit that acquires the organization, trade or business, or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1735
Any officer, major stockholder, or other person, having charge of the affairs of a corporate, association, registered limited liability partnership...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1735.1
(a) An individual who has been assessed under the provisions of Section 1128.1, or any officer, major stockholder, or other person having charge of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1736
In addition to other penalties prescribed in this division, failure to file the notice required by Section 1090 shall cause the assignee, receiver,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1755
If any person or employing unit is delinquent in the payment of any contributions, penalties or interest provided for in this division, the director...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1756
Notices of levy to the state, pursuant to Section 1755, shall be given to the state department, board, office or commission prior to the time it...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1757
Any person notified pursuant to Section 1755 who fails or refuses to surrender any credits or other personal property, or pay any debts owing to the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1758
As used in this article "person" includes this State and any county, city and county, municipality, district or other political subdivision thereof.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1785
If any amount required to be paid under this division is not paid when due, the director or the director's authorized representative may, not later...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1786
The department may pay or advance to the sheriff, marshal, or peace officer of the Department of the California Highway Patrol the same fees,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1787
The fees, commissions, and expenses incurred in connection with the levying and execution of a warrant are the obligation of the person or employing...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1815
If any employing unit is delinquent in the payment of any contributions, penalties or interest provided for in this division, the director may, not...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1816
An abstract of a judgment secured pursuant to this article or a copy thereof may be recorded with the county recorder of any county and from the time
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1817
(a) If the director determines that the amount of any contributions, interest, and penalties are sufficiently secured by a lien on other property or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1818
The right of the director to use the summary judgment procedure contained in this article shall be in addition to any other collection procedure...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1851
No injunction or writ of mandate or other legal or equitable process shall issue in any suit, action or proceeding, in any court against this State...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1852
In addition to any other tax administration and collection procedures authorized in this division, the director may bring an action in the courts of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1853
The courts of this State shall give preference on their calendar to any civil action brought by or against the director over all other civil...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1854
In any civil action brought by or against the director a certificate under oath by the director or his authorized agent showing the delinquency shall
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1855
(a) A civil action may be commenced at the request of the director in the name of the State of California to enjoin any individual or entity from...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1860
(a) For the purpose of collecting delinquent contributions, interest, and penalties, the director may enter into an agreement with one or more...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1870
(a) When an employer or any individual assessed under Section 1735 owes delinquent contributions, withholdings, penalty, or interest to the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1871
No agreement negotiated by the director under Section 1870 that reduces any liability by ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or more shall be effective...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1872
A determination by the director that it would not be in the best interest of the state to accept partial payment in satisfaction of a tax liability...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1873
(a) Once the terms of the compromise agreement are fulfilled, including payment of the amount offered, the following shall occur: (1) The...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1874
In cases of joint and several liability, and where amounts are owed under Section 1735, an agreement under Section 1870 to accept partial payment in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1875
(a) If an offer under Section 1870 to accept partial payment in satisfaction of the liability has been accepted, and it is subsequently determined...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1951
The manner in which disputed claims, appeals and petitions shall be presented, the reports required thereon from the claimant and from any employing...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1952
The appeals board and its representatives and administrative law judges are not bound by common law or statutory rules of evidence or by technical or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1953
In any proceeding, hearing, investigation or in the discharge of any duties imposed under this division any member of the appeals board, an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1953.5
The presiding officer may conduct all or part of a hearing by telephone, television, or other electronic means, notwithstanding a party's objection...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1954
Obedience to subpenas issued in accordance with this chapter may be enforced by application to the superior court as set forth in Article 2, Chapter...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1955
No person shall be excused from attending and testifying or from producing books, papers, correspondence, memoranda and other records as required by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1956
Witnesses subpoenaed pursuant to this division shall be allowed the same fees which are prescribed in Section 68093 of the Government Code relative...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1957
Any individual claiming benefits in any proceedings before the appeals board or its authorized representative may be represented by counsel or agent...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1957.5
The department shall make available without charge printed forms for the use of any individual claiming benefits to authorize a counsel or an agent...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1958
No cost shall be awarded in hearings on appeal by the Appeals Board, but if in the opinion of the Appeals Board, the claimant or an employer has...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1959
For the purpose of any investigation, hearing or proceeding under this division, the appeals board may delegate its power in relation thereto to any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1960
Any finding of fact or law, judgment, conclusion, or final order made by a hearing officer, administrative law judge, or any person with the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2051
The State of California accepts the provisions of the Wagner-Peyser Act, approved June 6, 1933, as amended by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2052
The director may cooperate with any authority of the United States having powers and duties under the Wagner-Peyser Act, and may do and perform all...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2053
All money received by the State under the Wagner-Peyser Act and paid into the Unemployment Administration Fund shall be expended as provided by this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2054
(a) The director shall: (1) Establish, maintain, and operate adequately staffed public employment offices for men, women, and youth who are...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2055
Free public employment offices shall be maintained in the Cities of San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland and Sacramento, and, whenever the director...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2056
The director may: (a) Create unemployment districts. (b) Promulgate such rules as he finds desirable for the registration of unemployed...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2057
For the purpose of establishing and maintaining free public employment offices, the director may enter into agreements with the Railroad Retirement...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2058
The department shall cooperate with other departments, agencies, and institutions both public and private in providing youth placement services and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2059
For the purpose of implementing the program set forth in Chapter 2.5 (commencing with Section 10650) of Part 2 of Division 9 of the Welfare and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2061
It is the intent of the Legislature in adopting this section to ensure that job order information registered with the Job Service of the Employment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2070
It is the public policy of the State of California that manpower should be used to its fullest extent. This statement of policy compels the further...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2071
As used in this chapter: (a) "Employee" does not include any individual employed by his parents, spouse or child or in the domestic service of any
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2073
The department shall co-operate with other departments, agencies, and institutions both public and private in providing job counseling and placement...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2074
The department shall formulate policies to effectuate the purposes of this chapter and make recommendations to agencies and officers of the State and
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2075
The department shall carry on a continuing program of education, information, research, study, and community organization concerning the problems of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2076
The department shall issue such publications and such results of research and other activities as in its judgment will tend to minimize or eliminate...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2078
The age limitations of the apprenticeship programs in which the State participates shall not be considered discriminatory within the meaning of this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2101
(a) It is a violation of this chapter to willfully make a false statement or representation, to knowingly fail to disclose a material fact, or to use
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2101.5
It is a violation of this chapter to willfully make a false statement or representation or knowingly fail to disclose a material fact for the purpose
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2101.6
(a) It is a violation of this chapter for any person to procure, counsel, advise, or coerce anyone to willfully make a false statement or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2102
(a) It is a violation of this chapter for any person residing in this state to willfully make a false statement or representation or knowingly fail...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2103
It is a violation of this chapter for any employing unit or any officer or agent of an employing unit to make a greater deduction from the wages of a
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2104
It is a violation of this chapter for any employing unit or any officer or agent of an employing unit to willfully and unlawfully fail to appear,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2105
It is a violation of this chapter for any employing unit or any officer or agent of an employing unit, to willfully and unlawfully fail or neglect to
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2106
It is a violation of this chapter for any employing unit, or any officer or agent of an employing unit, to willfully and unlawfully fail or neglect...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2107
It is a violation of this chapter for any employing unit, including a manager or managing member of a limited liability company, or any officer or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2108
It is a violation of this chapter for any person to willfully fail or refuse to make any contributions which are due under this division.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2109
The executive officer, general manager, or any other person having charge of the affairs of a corporation, association, or limited liability company...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2110
Any employing unit, including any individual member of a partnership employing unit, any officer of a corporate or association employing unit, any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2110.3
Any employing unit, including any individual member of a partnership employing unit, any officer of a corporate or association employing unit, any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2110.5
Any employing unit, including any individual member of a partnership employing unit, any officer of a corporate or association employing unit, any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2110.7
Any employing unit, including any individual member of a partnership employing unit, any officer of a corporate or association employing unit, any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2111
Except as otherwise provided in Section 1094, and except with respect to information furnished by the department in connection with its participation
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2112
Unless otherwise specified in subdivision (b) of Section 2101 or in Section 2114, 2115, or 2116, every person who willfully violates any provision of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2113
Nothing in this division shall prevent the department from accepting restitution or an acceptable arrangement for restitution, made voluntarily...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2114
Any individual who, with the intent to defraud, reports or registers a fictitious employer or fictitious employee, and fictitious wages, to the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2115
Any employing unit or any officer or agent of an employing unit who, with the intent to defraud, falsely reports the amount of wages earned by an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2116
It is unlawful to do any of the following: (a) Falsely certify the medical condition of any person in order to obtain disability insurance...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2117
Any person who, with or without intent to evade any requirement of this code or any lawful requirement of the department under this code, fails to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2117.5
Any person who, within the time required by this code, willfully fails to file any return or report, or to supply any information with intent to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2118
Any person or employer who, with or without intent to evade, fails to withhold, pursuant to Section 13020, or fails to pay over any tax withheld, is...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2118.5
Any person required by this code to collect, account for, and pay over any tax or amount required to be withheld who willfully fails to collect or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2119
Any person or employer required under Section 13050 to furnish a statement who willfully furnishes a false or fraudulent statement or who willfully...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2120
Any individual required to supply information to his or her employer under Section 13040, 13041, or 13042, who willfully supplies false or fraudulent
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2121
Any person who willfully aids or assists in, or procures, counsels, advises, or coerces anyone in the preparation or presentation under, or in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2122
Except as provided in Sections 2117, 2117.5, 2118, and 2118.5, a violation of this chapter is punishable by imprisonment in the county jail not to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2122.5
Any fine imposed by the court pursuant to this chapter, except for fines imposed under Sections 2101 and 2102, shall be paid to the office of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2123
The certificate of the department to the effect that a return or report has not been filed or that information has not been supplied as required by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2124
The place of trial for offenses enumerated in this chapter shall be in the county of residence or principal place of business of the defendant or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2125
Any action or prosecution under this chapter shall be instituted within four years after the discovery of the offense.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2126
Any person or employing unit convicted under this chapter may be charged the costs of investigation and prosecution at the discretion of the court.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2127
The prosecutor may, with the consent of the department, compromise any penalty for which he or she may bring an action under this chapter. The...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2128
Any employer or agent of an employer who provides a wage statement or similar document to any undocumented worker or former undocumented worker at...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2129
For the purposes of this chapter, "person" includes, a claimant for benefits and any officer, employee, director, partner, or agent having charge of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2601
The purpose of this part is to compensate in part for the wage loss sustained by any individual who is unable to work due to the employee's own...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2602
(a) Except as otherwise provided, the provisions and definitions of Part 1 (commencing with Section 100) of this division apply to this part. In...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2603
Disability benefits paid pursuant to this part shall not be charged against an employer's account maintained pursuant to Article 4 of Chapter 4, Part
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2604
Whenever the Director of Employment Development believes that a change in contributions rate or disability benefit amounts may become necessary to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2605
If at any time the Secretary of Labor or other higher authority rules or determines that any section of this part is not in conformity with the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2606
"Employment" for the purposes of this part means: (a) Service included in "employment" as defined by Part 1 (commencing with Section 100) of this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2606.4
Notwithstanding Section 632, "employment" for purposes of this part also means service performed as a clerk-carrier in the employ of the United...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2606.5
(a) "Employment" for purposes of this part also means domestic service in a private home, local college club, or local chapter of a college...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2608
"Disability benefit period," with respect to any individual, means the continuous period of unemployment and disability beginning with the first day...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2609
"Valid claim" means any claim for unemployment compensation disability benefits made in accordance with the provisions of this code and rules and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2610
"Disability base period," with respect to an individual who does not have an unexpired benefit year for unemployment compensation benefits, means for
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2611
"Disability base period," with respect to an individual who has an unexpired benefit year for unemployment compensation benefits, shall be: (a)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2612
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, except as provided in subdivision (b) of Section 2611, in determining the benefit rights of any person...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2613
(a) The Director of Employment Development shall develop and maintain a program of education concerning disability insurance rights and benefits. ...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2614
The director shall report to the Legislature by June 30 of each year on the department's fraud deterrence and detection activities.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2625
Unemployment compensation disability benefits are payable from the Disability Fund to individuals who are eligible to receive such benefit payments...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2626
(a) An individual shall be deemed disabled on any day in which, because of his or her physical or mental condition, he or she is unable to perform...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2626.1
(a) An individual who is a resident in an alcoholic recovery home pursuant to referral or recommendation by a physician shall be eligible for...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2626.2
(a) An individual who is a resident in a drug-free residential facility pursuant to referral or recommendation by a physician shall be eligible for...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2627
A disabled individual is eligible to receive disability benefits equal to one-seventh of his or her weekly benefit amount for each full day during...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2628
An individual is not eligible for disability benefits with respect to any period for which the director finds that he has received or is entitled to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2629
(a) Except as provided in this section, an individual is not eligible for disability benefits under this part for any day of unemployment and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2629.1
(a) Nothing in Section 2629 shall be construed to authorize the delay of payment of unemployment compensation disability benefits except where the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2629.5
To the extent permitted by federal law, excludable restitution payments, as defined in Section 17131.1 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2630
(a) The Department of Child Support Services shall periodically notify the department of individuals who are certified, as provided in Section 17518...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2652
An individual cannot establish a valid claim unless he has during his disability base period been paid wages for employment by employers of not less...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2653
Except as provided in Sections 708 and 708.5, the maximum amount of benefits payable to an individual during any one disability benefit period shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2654
For the purpose of this article wages due to any individual but unpaid within the time limit provided by law, shall be deemed wages paid to such...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2655
(a) Except as provided in subdivisions (b), (c), and (d), an individual's "weekly benefit amount" shall be the amount appearing in column B in the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2656
(a) An individual eligible to receive disability benefits who receives wages or regular wages from his or her employer during the period of his or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2657
If the remuneration of an individual is not based upon a fixed period or duration of time or if the individual's wages are paid at irregular...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2658
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provisions in this part, except as provided in subdivision (b) of Section 2611, in determining the benefit rights of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2675
(a) An individual shall be disqualified from receiving benefits under this part if he or she has willfully, for the purpose of obtaining benefits,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2676
An individual who is disqualified from receiving unemployment compensation benefits under Sections 1256, 1257, 1260, 1261, and 1263 shall be presumed
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2677
An individual who is otherwise eligible for benefits under this part shall not be disqualified from receiving such benefits because of a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2678
An individual shall be disqualified from receiving benefits under this part while he is confined, pursuant to commitment or court order or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2679
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, an individual who is otherwise eligible shall not be disqualified for benefits under this part for the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2680
(a) An individual shall be ineligible for benefits under this part for any day during which he or she is incarcerated in any federal, state, or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2681
(a) Any individual who commits a crime shall be ineligible for benefits under this part if the individual is disabled due to an illness or injury...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2701
Disability benefits shall be paid by the department through public employment offices or other agencies approved by the director.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2701.5
The department shall issue the initial payment for unemployment compensation disability benefits to a monetarily eligible claimant who is otherwise...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2702
Minors who are eligible for disability benefits may be paid and receive such benefits in their own right and a receipt signed by a minor shall be...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2703
The establishment of a disability benefit period for unemployment compensation disability benefits shall not establish a benefit year for...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2705
Where an individual who would be eligible to receive disability benefits dies before making a claim therefor, the director may in accordance with...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2705.1
Where an individual who would be eligible to receive disability benefits is mentally unable to make a claim therefor, the director shall, in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2706
Claims for disability benefits shall be made in accordance with authorized regulations of the Director of Employment Development. Each employer...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2706.1
A first claim, accompanied by a certificate on a form furnished by the department to the claimant, shall be filed not later than the 41st consecutive
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2706.2
Any continued medical certification shall be submitted to the department within 20 days of the date the claimant is issued a notice of final payment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2707
The department shall give a notice of the filing of a first claim for each disability benefit period to the employing unit by which the claimant was...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2707.1
Within two working days after receipt of the notice provided for in Section 2707, or if there has been a termination of the claimant's service within
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2707.2
The department shall consider the facts submitted by the employer pursuant to Section 2707.1 and make a determination as to the eligibility of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2707.3
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b) of this section, upon the filing of a claim for unemployment compensation disability benefits, the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2707.4
The claimant may, within 20 days after the mailing or personal service of the notice of computation or recomputation, protest the accuracy of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2707.5
(a) The department may for good cause reconsider any determination provided for in this part prior to the filing of an appeal therefrom, or within 30
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2707.6
Notices, protests, and information required under this article shall be submitted in accordance with authorized regulations.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2708
(a) (1) In accordance with the director's authorized regulations, and except as provided in subdivision (c) and Sections 2708.1 and 2709, a claimant...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2708.1
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), where an individual is entitled to receive unemployment compensation disability benefits reduced by the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2709
If any individual in good faith adheres to the teachings of any bona fide church, sect, denomination or organization and in accordance with its...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2712
Whenever an individual is entitled to benefits under this part but there is a dispute whether such benefits are payable from the Disability Fund or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2712.5
(a) If, in a disputed coverage proceeding under Section 2712 a final decision of an administrative law judge or of the appeals board finds that an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2713
In proceedings under this part the claimant, upon a showing of good cause, may request a closed hearing except that the last employer and each base...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2714
All medical records of the department obtained under this part, except to the extent necessary for the proper administration of this part, or as...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2735
Any person who is overpaid any amount as benefits under this part is liable for the amount overpaid unless: (a) The overpayment was not due to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2735.1
If the director finds that an individual has been overpaid unemployment compensation disability benefits because he or she willfully, for the purpose
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2735.5
No claim of overpayment shall be based upon the disallowance by the Workmen's Compensation Appeals Board of a claim of lien filed under Section 4903...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2736
The Director of Employment Development shall determine the amount of the overpayment and shall notify the recipient of the basis of the overpayment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2737
Within 20 days from the date of mailing or serving of the notice of overpayment determination, the person affected may file an appeal to an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2738
The Appeals Board shall review an appeal from an overpayment determination as provided in Sections 1336 and 1337 and determine what amount, if any,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2739
The Director of Employment Development, subject to this article, may do any or all of the following in the recovery of overpayments of disability...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2739.1
An abstract of judgment obtained pursuant to subdivision (a) or (b) of Section 2739, or a copy thereof, may be recorded with the county recorder of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2739.2
(a) If an abstract has been recorded as provided in Section 2739.1 and the lien, including any interest, costs, and penalty has been satisfied in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2739.5
Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, the Franchise Tax Board shall aid the director in the recovery of overpayments of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2740
No person shall be liable for the amount of benefits received where the benefits were paid pursuant to an administrative law judge' s decision which...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2741
Any claim of lien filed with the Workmen's Compensation Appeals Board under the provisions of Section 4903 of the Labor Code shall be fully...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2742
The director shall enforce collection of any judgment obtained by him or her under subdivision (a) or subdivision (b), or both, of Section 2739. ...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2765
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provisions of this part the benefit rights of trainees shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of this
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2766
"Military service" as used in this article means active service in the land or naval forces of the United States, but the service of an individual in
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2767
"Trainee" as used in this article means an individual who entered military service after April 1, 1940, and who continued such service for not less...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2768
When any trainee has an unexpired benefit year for disability benefits at the time of induction into the armed forces, the unexpended balance of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2769
The filing of a valid claim for disability benefits by a trainee shall establish a disability benefit period.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2770
Except when subdivision (b) of Section 2611 is applicable, in determining the benefit rights of trainees the disability base period shall exclude...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2771
No disqualification shall be applied to any trainee after the termination of his military service, by reason of any act or course of action on his...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2772
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of this part, any trainee who was a resident of this state at the time of his entrance into the military...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2775
Notwithstanding any inconsistent provisions of this part, the benefit rights of industrially disabled persons shall be determined in accordance with...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2776
As used in this article: (a) "Industrially disabled person" means an individual who has received or is entitled to receive benefits under Division
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2777
Except as provided in subdivision (b) of Section 2611, in determining the benefit rights of any industrially disabled person the disability base...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2778
No disqualification shall be applied to any industrially disabled person after the termination of his industrial disability, by reason of any act or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2781
Except as provided in this chapter and Chapter 2.5 (commencing with Section 19878) of Part 2.6 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the Government Code, a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2782
(a) The provisions of Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 2901), Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 3001), and Chapter 6 (commencing with Section...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2783
(a) Nonindustrial disability benefits are payable by the Controller upon authorization by the Employment Development Department to individuals who...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2901
Each individual performing services for an employer in employment shall contribute to the Disability Fund the contributions required of such...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2902
Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, any individual who adheres to the faith or teaching of any bona fide religious sect,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 2903
The time, procedure, manner of payment and collection of contributions under this part shall be in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3001
The Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund is continued in existence as a special fund in the State Treasury, separate and apart from all other...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3002
The State Treasurer is the treasurer of the Disability Fund and shall have the custody of all money belonging to the Disability Fund and not...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3003
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (c), all surplus money in the Disability Fund may be invested solely in securities set forth in subdivision (b)
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3004
The Disability Fund consists of all contributions required of individuals under Section 984 with respect to wages paid by employers for employment;...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3005
All money received from the Federal Government for disability benefit purposes or for the administration of this part shall be deposited in the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3006
There shall be no further transfer of money from the Unemployment Trust Fund to the Disability Fund.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3008
All money collected under Section 984 shall be deposited in the Disability Fund.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3009
Refunds, credits, or judgments, and interest thereon, payable for contributions erroneously collected under Sections 984 and 985 may be paid from the
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3010
Any amounts determined by the director or his authorized representatives to be payable to employing units or workers as refunds of amounts deposited...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3011
Whenever any warrant is drawn on an account in the Disability fund by the State Controller, and the same remains unclaimed after three years, the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3012
(a) Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, all money in the Disability Fund is continuously appropriated for the purpose of providing...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3013
A sum to be determined by the Director of Finance, of amounts deposited in the disability fund, may be used for the necessary expenses of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3014
Withdrawals by the director from the Disability Fund for the payment of refunds, credits, or judgments, and disability benefits are exempted from the
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3015
The department shall have priority to occupy any space in the buildings and facilities financed by the Disability Fund, which comprise any space in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3051
There is a Disability Administration Account within the Disability Fund. The director may, without at the time furnishing vouchers and itemized...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3075
The director shall, without presenting vouchers and itemized statements, withdraw from the Disability Fund any sums which he deems necessary for the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3251
An employer, a majority of the employees employed in this state of an employer, or both, may apply to the Director of Employment Development for...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3252
(a) Except as provided by subdivision (b) of this section, neither an employee nor his or her employer shall be liable for the worker contributions...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3253
Except as provided in this part, an employee covered by an approved voluntary plan at the commencement of a disability benefit period shall not be...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3254
The Director of Employment Development shall approve any voluntary plan, except one filed pursuant to Section 3255, as to which he or she finds that...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3254.5
A voluntary plan in force and effect at the time a successor employing unit acquires the organization, trade, or business, or substantially all the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3255
When workers are engaged in an employment that normally involves working for several employers in the same industry interchangeably, and several...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3256
During the effective period of a plan approved under Section 3255 the employer, or his agent appointed under Section 1096, may make the pay roll...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3257
Whenever eighty-five percent (85%) of the employees to whom a plan is available have consented to the plan, the employer, or seventy-five percent...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3258
If a voluntary plan does not provide for the assumption by an admitted disability insurer of the liability of the employer to pay the benefits...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3259
Whenever an approved voluntary plan is insured by an admitted disability insurer, the insurer shall be substituted for the employer with respect to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3260
An employer may, but need not, assume all or part of the cost of the plan, and may deduct from the wages of an employee covered by the plan, for the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3260.5
(a) All deductions from the wages of an employee remaining in the possession of the employer upon its voluntary withdrawal of the plan as a result of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3261
All employee contributions and income arising therefrom received or retained by an employer under an approved voluntary plan are trust funds that are
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3262
(a) The Director of Employment Development may terminate any voluntary plan if the director finds that there is danger that the benefits accrued or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3263
(a) An employee is no longer covered by an approved voluntary plan if a disability arose after the employment relationship with the voluntary plan...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3264
If any employer or insurer wholly or partially denies liability upon the claim of an employee for disability benefits under an approved plan, the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3265
(a) If, on appeal, it is decided that an employee is entitled to receive disability benefits under an approved voluntary plan and the employer or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3266
The director shall in accordance with his or her authorized regulations determine the portion of the aggregate amount of refunds and credits to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3267
Employers whose employees are participating in an approved voluntary plan and any insurer of an approved plan shall furnish such reports and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3268
The Director of Employment Development shall, in accordance with his authorized regulations, promptly furnish to employers, employees, or insurers,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3269
The director shall in accordance with his or her authorized regulations, determine each fiscal year the total amount expended for added...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3270
The provisions of subdivision (i) of Section 3254 and subdivision (i) of Section 3255, dealing with substantial selection of risks adverse to the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3271
(a) The director shall approve any amendment to a voluntary plan adjusting the provisions thereof as to periods after the effective date of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3272
The provisions of Article 9 (commencing with Section 1176) of Chapter 4 of Part 1 of this division shall apply to amounts collected under Sections...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3300
The Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (a) It is in the public benefit to provide family temporary disability insurance benefits
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3301
(a) (1) The purpose of this chapter is to establish, within the state disability insurance program, a family temporary disability insurance program.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3302
For purposes of this part: (a) "Care recipient" means the family member who is receiving care for a serious health condition or the new child with
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3302.1
For purposes of this chapter: (a) "Disability benefit period" with respect to any individual, means the period of unemployment beginning with the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3303
An individual shall be deemed eligible for family temporary disability insurance benefits equal to one-seventh of his or her weekly benefit amount on
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3303.1
(a) An individual is not eligible for family temporary disability insurance benefits with respect to any day that any of the following apply: (1)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3304
Eligible workers shall receive benefits in accordance with provisions established under this division.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3305
If the director finds that any individual falsely certifies the medical condition of any person in order to obtain family temporary disability...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3306
(a) The director may request additional medical evidence to supplement the first or any continued claim if the additional evidence can be procured...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3501
The purpose of this part is to compensate in part for the added wage loss sustained by individuals because of the extended duration of unemployment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3502
(a) Except as otherwise provided, the provisions and definitions of Part 1 of this division apply to this part. In case of any conflict between the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3503
For the purposes of this part: (a) "Extended duration benefits" means the extended unemployment compensation benefits payable under this part. ...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3504
The director shall during the week immediately preceding each calendar week compute the insured unemployment rate for that calendar week. The...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3505
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, no payment of extended duration benefits shall be made to any individual for any week or part...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3506
Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, the Governor may, if permitted by federal law, suspend the payment of extended duration benefits...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3551
Extended duration benefits are payable from the Unemployment Fund to unemployed individuals who are eligible under this part.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3552
An unemployed individual is eligible to receive extended duration benefits with respect to any week only if the director finds that: (a) An...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3553
The filing of a valid primary claim by an exhaustee shall constitute an election by him to claim extended duration benefits to the exclusion of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3601
An exhaustee's weekly benefit amount under an extended duration award shall be the same as his weekly benefit amount for the parent benefit year.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3602
An exhaustee's extended duration award during any one extended duration period shall be 13 times his weekly benefit amount or one-half of the maximum
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3603
Only one extended duration award may be established for an exhaustee based on any one parent benefit year.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3651
Claims for extended duration benefits shall be made as provided in this article.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3652
An exhaustee who desires to claim extended duration benefits shall file a valid primary claim. A primary claim for extended duration benefits shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3653
The effective date of a valid primary claim shall be determined in the same manner as the effective date of a new claim for normal benefits pursuant...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3654
The department shall give a notice of the filing of a primary claim or an additional claim to the employing unit by which the exhaustee was last...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3654.1
(a) For the purpose of determining whether an unemployed individual meets the eligibility requirements of subdivision (e) of Section 3552, the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3654.2
Any employing unit who fails to furnish wage information requested by the director pursuant to Section 3654.1 shall be subject to a penalty of ten...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3654.3
If any employing unit fails to respond to a request for wage information within the period prescribed by Section 3654.1, the director shall make a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3654.4
The department shall consider the facts submitted by an employing unit pursuant to Section 3654.1 and make a determination as to the exhaustee's...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3655
The Employment Development Department shall consider the facts submitted by an employer pursuant to Section 3654 and, if benefits are claimed...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3656
Upon the filing of a valid primary claim by an exhaustee, the department shall promptly make an extended duration award computation which shall set...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3701
(a) Any employer who is entitled under Section 3654 to notice of the filing of a primary claim or additional claim and who, within 10 days after...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3702
Extended duration benefits, to the extent that such extended duration benefits are not reimbursed or reimbursable by the federal government to the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 3751
The provisions of Article 4 (commencing with Section 1375) of Chapter 5 of Part 1 of this division are modified in the following respects: (a) In...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4001
The purpose of this part is to provide that payment of extended compensation, in accordance with the "Federal-State Extended Unemployment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4002
(a) Except as otherwise provided, the provisions and definitions of Part 1 (commencing with Section 100) apply to this part. In case of any conflict
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4003
(a) The provisions and definitions of terms in the "Federal-State Extended Unemployment Compensation Act of 1970," as amended by the federal Omnibus...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4004
(a) The department shall establish, for each eligible individual who files an application therefor, an extended compensation account with respect to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4551
Federal-state extended benefits are payable from the Unemployment Fund to unemployed individuals who are eligible under this part.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4552
An unemployed individual is eligible to receive federal-state extended benefits with respect to any week only if the director finds that: (a) An...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4553
An unemployed individual is disqualified for federal-state extended benefits if the individual, without good cause, refused to accept suitable work...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4554
An individual is disqualified for federal-state extended benefits if the individual fails to actively engage in seeking work. (a) For purposes of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4555
If an individual is disqualified for federal-state extended benefits under Section 4553 or 4554 pursuant to a determination transmitted to him or her
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4556
When the department refers individuals who have applied for federal-state extended benefits to work, the referrals shall include suitable work, as...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4557
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), payment of federal-state extended compensation shall not be made to any individual for any week if both of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4558
Sections 4553 to 4557, inclusive, and the amendments made to Section 4552 by legislation enacted during the 1981 portion of the 1981-82 Regular...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4601
The computation of the amount and duration of federal-state extended benefits shall be in accordance with Section 4004.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4651
Claims for federal-state extended benefits shall be made as provided in this article.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4652
(a) An individual who desires to claim federal-state extended benefits shall file a valid application. An application for federal-state extended...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4653
The effective date of a valid application shall be determined in the same manner as the effective date of a new claim for normal benefits pursuant to
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4654
The department shall give a notice of the filing of an application or an additional claim to the employing unit by which the individual was last...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4655
The Employment Development Department shall consider the facts submitted by an employer pursuant to Section 4654 and, if benefits are claimed...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4656
Upon the filing of a valid application by an individual, the department shall promptly make a federal-state extended benefit award computation which...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4701
(a) (1) Any employer who is entitled under Section 4654 to notice of the filing of an application or additional claim and who, within 10 days after...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4702
Federal-state extended benefits, to the extent that these extended benefits are not reimbursed or reimbursable by the federal government to the State
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4751
The provisions of Article 4 (commencing with Section 1375) of Chapter 5 of Part 1 of this division are modified in the following respects: (a) In...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4900
As used in this division: (a) "Department" means the Employment Development Department. (b) "Director" means the Director of Employment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4901
The director shall prepare a biennial report to the Legislature, on or before February 1, 1994, and on or before February 1 of each even-numbered...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4902
The report, required by Section 4901, shall be transmitted to the Legislative Analyst, the Assembly Committees on Insurance, Consumer Protection,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 4903
(a) Thirty days prior to the release of the report identified in Section 4901, the director shall submit it to the Office of Information Technology...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9000
The Legislature hereby makes the following declaration of purpose and intent in enacting the Employment Development Act of 1973. It is the public...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9001
In enacting the Employment Development Act of 1973, the Legislature further finds and declares that it is essential to the health and welfare of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9002
Subject to the provisions of Sections 9600 and 9605, the Secretary of the Health and Welfare Agency shall coordinate all job training placement, and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9003
Notwithstanding any other provisions of this code, individuals with disabilities who are clients of the Department of Rehabilitation shall not be...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9004
Upon receipt of a formal ruling from the United States Secretary of Labor, the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services, or the head of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9100
Unless the context otherwise requires, the definitions in this article govern the construction of this division.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9101
"Department" means the Employment Development Department, which may also be referred to as the Department of Employment Development.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9102
"Director" means the Director of Employment Development.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9105
"State agency" means those agencies enumerated in Section 11000 of the Government Code.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9107
"Job training and placement services" or "job training and placement programs" means any job training, placement, or related services administered or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9108
"Unemployed person" means a person who lacks a bona fide employment, suffers economic deprivation because of lack of employment, and is employable or
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9109
"Underemployed person" means a person who has a bona fide employment but whose employment, be it full time, or part time, or intermittent, is...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9110
"Economic deprivation" means annual income insufficient to enable the family or individual to meet a table of income criteria adopted by the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9111
(a) "Economically disadvantaged area" means an area which meets all of the following requirements: (1) It is composed of contiguous census tracts...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9112
"Eligible person" means an unemployed person or underemployed person who resides in an economically disadvantaged area or resides outside of an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9115
"Economically displaced persons" means those persons who have been subjected to an involuntary layoff or separation from their employment, and who...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9500
The department shall administer all job training and placement programs and services for eligible persons as defined in this division, except as...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9502
For purposes of administration, the director may establish such offices as are appropriate for the administration of this part. Offices administering
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9600
(a) The department shall represent the state and local governments upon their request in dealing with the federal government regarding the kinds and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9600.5
The director of the Employment Development Department shall report annually to the Governor, the Legislature, and the California Workforce Investment
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9600.7
(a) The department shall have the authority to administer the requirements of the federal Workforce Investment Act of 1998 including, but not limited
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9601
The department may enter into any contractual agreements with public agencies, community action agencies, private organizations and individuals which
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9601.5
Each state or local government agency or community action agency, or any private organization contracting with a state or local government agency,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9601.7
(a) Each state or local government agency or community action agency, or any private organization contracting with a state or local government...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9602
(a) The director shall designate economically disadvantaged areas. These areas shall be priority areas for services provided under this part. To...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9602.5
The department shall establish, in conjunction with the Department of Social Services, the Department of Industrial Relations, the Department of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9604
(a) The department shall establish necessary data systems which shall provide administrative information on persons served including, but not limited
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9605
The department shall: (a) Conduct the state manpower program, with the exception of manpower programs conducted by units of local general purpose...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9606
The state manpower program shall serve the needs of employers by providing them with referrals of qualified job applicants. In addition the manpower
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9607
In the administration of the state manpower program, the director shall establish community employment development centers. Within his administrative
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9608
The director shall, within each community employment development center, establish an intake system to appraise the individual needs of applicants....
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9609
The department shall administer manpower service funds and shall provide, in a balanced and flexible manner, needed services as provided in this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9610
The director may enter into contracts for public and private job training and placement programs as may be required, and shall maintain quarterly...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9612
The employees of the department shall be subject to the State Civil Service Act, except for exempt appointees. Members of the California Commission...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9613
(a) The director shall make every effort to secure to the fullest extent possible federal funds available for participation under this part and shall
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9615
Eligible persons who are registrants pursuant to Article 3.2 (commencing with Section 11320) of Chapter 2 of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9616
(a) The department, in coordination with the United States Department of Defense and the various branches of the military of the United States, shall
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9616.1
(a) The department shall convene groups that represent local department field offices, county welfare departments, local workforce investment areas,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9617
(a) To the extent that funds are provided in the Budget Act of 2000 for the purposes of providing competitive grants to faith-based organizations...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9618
(a) The department shall administer a solar training program. The department shall coordinate with the Division of Apprenticeship Standards and the
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9619
(a) (1) To the extent that funds are appropriated for this purpose in the annual Budget Act, the department may award grants to regional...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9700
For purposes of this article, "center" means the San Diego Multiuse Biotechnology Training Center.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9701
(a) The Legislature finds and declares the following: (1) Biotechnology represents one of the most promising, innovation-based growth industries...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9702
The San Diego Community College District, California State University, University of California, Employment Development Department, Employment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9800
The purposes of the California YouthBuild Program shall be all of the following: (a) To enable economically disadvantaged youth, especially youth...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9801
(a) The director, from funds appropriated for this purpose to the YouthBuild Program, may make grants to applicants for the purpose of carrying out...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9802
Programs shall provide, at a minimum, all of the following services: (a) (1) Acquisition, rehabilitation, acquisition and rehabilitation, or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9802.5
The department may accept proposals for funding from applicants who establish their eligibility for funding under this article by submitting proof...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9803
Program grants may be used for the activities in Section 9802 and for any of the following activities: (a) Legal fees for housing acquisition. ...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9805
(a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), eligible participants in a program shall be youth between the ages of 17 and 24, inclusive, who are...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9806
(a) The director shall use the existing infrastructure of federally funded YouthBuild programs to the maximum extent possible. In the 1999-2000...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9807
An application for a grant under this article shall, at a minimum, contain all of the following: (a) The amount of the grant requested and the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9808
The term "YouthBuild" shall only be used in connection with a program funded pursuant to this article or by the United States Department of Housing...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9809
Each grant recipient, at the beginning of the grant cycle, shall report to the director, at a minimum, regarding the number of participants who have...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9809.5
Each grant recipient shall report to the director on other participant outcomes as required by the Governor under Section 122(h) of the federal...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9900
(a) It is the intent of the Legislature in enacting this article to support the expansion of the Jobs for California Graduates pilot project in...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9901
(a) In order to encourage a regional system of long-lasting, self-sustaining model local programs, communities served pursuant to this article shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9902
Local affiliates of the Jobs for California Graduates Program shall include all of the following elements: (a) (1) A trained youth specialist...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9903
(a) Entities eligible to conduct a Jobs for California Graduates local program shall include, but need not be limited to, local education agencies,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9904
To be eligible to receive services through a Jobs for California Graduates local program under this article, a youth shall meet at least two of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9905
(a) For purposes of establishing and expanding these programs, the department shall, to the extent feasible, make local grants available throughout...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9907
(a) The department shall submit an annual report to the Legislature on the performance outcomes of the Jobs for California Graduates local programs...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9908
State funds made available pursuant to this article shall be used to carry out both of the following: (a) The Jobs for California Graduates local...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9910
(a) The Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (1) The percentage of California employers offering pension and retirement plans to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 9912
(a) The Legislature requests that the Senior Worker Advocate Office of the Employment Development Department work with the California Commission on...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10200
The Legislature finds and declares the following: (a) California's economy is being challenged by competition from other states and overseas. In...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10201
As used in this chapter: (a) "Department" means the Employment Development Department. (b) "Employer" or "eligible employer" means any employer
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10201.5
With respect to funding appropriated in the annual Budget Act to the Employment Development Department for allocation by the Employment Training...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10202
(a) The Employment Training Panel is established in the Employment Development Department. (b) The executive director shall be appointed by the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10202.5
(a) The panel shall consist of eight persons, seven of whom shall be appointed as provided in subdivision (b), and shall have experience and a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10203
The panel may meet as necessary at locations throughout the state. The panel shall maintain a minimum of three regional offices. The central...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10204
The panel shall coordinate its programs with local and state workforce investment boards and other partners of the federal Workforce Investment Act...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10205
The panel shall do all of the following: (a) Establish a three-year plan that shall be updated annually, based on the demand of employers for...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10206
(a) The panel may allocate money in the fund for any of the following purposes: (1) Reimbursement of reasonable training costs, and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10207
(a) The panel shall accept or reject a completed application within 60 days of the receipt by the executive director. (b) The panel shall develop...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10208
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to preclude any employer from contracting with any public or private training entity for services, subject
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10209
(a) Contracts shall only be made for training in job-related vocational skills that are necessary for participants to attain a new job or retain an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10210
Contracts shall be made with training agencies only if the training agency can demonstrate all of the following: (a) The training agency has a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10211
A trainee or employee participating in a training program pursuant to this chapter shall be considered to be in a training program having the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10212.2
The panel shall prepare a budget covering necessary administrative costs of the panel. The budget shall not be subject to change by the director...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10213
The Employment Development Department shall cooperate with the panel by offering necessary technical assistance, which may include, but is not...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10214
To assist the panel and the Legislature in assessing the impact of this chapter over an extended period of time, the Employment Development...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10214.5
(a) The panel may allocate up to 15 percent of the annually available training funds for the purpose of funding special employment training projects...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10214.7
The panel shall allocate funds available in the annual Budget Act for training programs designed for individuals who are eligible to receive benefits
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10214.9
(a) (1) The panel may fund licensed nurse training programs to train individuals who are currently working as nurse assistants or caregivers in a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10215
The funding of individual project grants by the panel may take the form of either direct grants to the employer or training agency, or credits to the
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10217
Funds in the Employment Training Fund created by Section 1610 shall be appropriated annually in the Budget Act by the Legislature for allocation by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10501
Any public assistance recipient who successfully completes a job training program approved under this part shall be exempted from the payment of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10510
It is the intent of the Legislature, in enacting this chapter, to establish and implement a program of comprehensive and coordinated employment and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10529
(a) The services provided by the existing labor market information system within the department shall include workforce and economic information that
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10530
It is the intent of the Legislature to establish a statewide comprehensive labor market and occupational supply and demand information system to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 10533
(a) The Employment Development Department shall operate the State-Local Cooperative Labor Market Information Program as the primary component of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11000
The Legislature finds that over 1.5 million persons in California are deaf or suffer from significant hearing impairment. Private and public...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11000.5
As used in this chapter "contractor" means a public agency or a private nonprofit corporation.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11001
(a) The department shall contract with public agencies or private nonprofit corporations for a period not to exceed one year to provide employment...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11002
Employment services for persons who are deaf and hard of hearing shall include, but not be limited to, the following: (a) Complete communication...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11003
(a) The department, with the advice of persons knowledgeable about providing employment services to persons who are deaf and hard of hearing, shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11004
The department shall do all of the following: (a) Determine the number and location of its offices within the state providing employment services...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11006
The Employment Development Department shall not expend over 5 percent of the sum appropriated for this chapter for its administrative costs.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11020
(a) There is hereby established a project known as the Caregiver Training Initiative. (b) It is the intent of the Legislature that the Caregiver...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11022
(a) (1) The Employment Development Department, in consultation with the State Department of Social Services, shall administer regional collaborative...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 11024
(a) The program model for implementation of the Caregiver Training Initiative shall consist of a solicitation and competitive selection process to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12100
The Legislature finds and declares that the persistence of high levels of unemployment, even during periods of substantial economic growth, is a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12100.5
Nothing in this division shall be construed to supersede or impair any contrary provisions contained in an existing collective bargaining agreement.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12101
The Employment Development Department shall administer the provisions of this division subject to the provisions of Section 12112. The department...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12102
Definitions: (a) "Leisure sharing" means a job-creation concept in which some full-time workers voluntarily reduce worktime under such...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12110
In order to encourage voluntary participation by employers in the private sector, grants shall be made to offset increases in such employers' labor...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12111
The director shall identify potentially reimbursable costs, which shall include, but need not be limited to: (a) Costs of additional payroll...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12112
A procedure for applying for grants shall be developed by a panel consisting of the Directors of the Employment Development Department, and the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12113
Applications for grants may be considered for award if the application indicates that the employer is prepared to: (a) Permit a sufficient number...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12114
The following priorities shall be considered in making grant awards: (a) The application shows high potential for creating a substantial number of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12115
No grant applicant shall be authorized to receive reimbursement under this chapter for a period exceeding two years.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12116
The director shall make appropriate reimbursements to grantees for expenses designated by Section 12111 in a timely manner agreed upon by the grantee
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12120
The department shall disseminate information to employers explaining the nature and purpose of the leisure sharing program. The department shall...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12121
In enacting this division, the Legislature specifically intends that the director shall not take into consideration as a possible offset against...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12130
The department shall competitively contract with organizations competent in the field of program evaluation for the evaluation of the program...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12131
Each program for which a grant has been awarded shall be evaluated periodically to determine: (a) The cost to government of creating jobs in the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12140
Nothing in this division shall be construed to impose upon any employer who is participating in a job creation experimental program under this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12141
The department shall report to the Legislature, on or before January 1 and July 1 of each year, its progress in implementing this division, including
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12150
The Employment Development Department is authorized to accept any federal or other funds which are available for the purposes of this division.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12151
It is the intent of the Legislature that the Employment Development Department, with the assistance of the Department of Industrial Relations, seek...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 12152
If, as a condition of receiving funds for implementing the program established under this division from federal or other sources, it is required that
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13000
The department shall have the powers and duties necessary to administer the reporting, collection, refunding to the employer, and enforcement of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13001
The definitions set forth in Sections 126, 127, 129, 133, 134, and 144 shall apply to this division.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13002
The following provisions of this code shall apply to any amount required to be deducted, reported, and paid to the department under this division:
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13003
(a) Except where the context otherwise requires, the definitions set forth in this chapter, and in addition the definitions and provisions of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13004
"Employee" means a resident individual who receives remuneration for services performed within or without this state or a nonresident individual who...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13004.1
"Employee" does not include any individual if all of the following conditions exist: (a) The individual is licensed pursuant to the provisions of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13004.5
(a) "Employee" also means any individual who is an employee pursuant to Section 2750.5 of the Labor Code, of a person who holds a valid state...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13005
(a) "Employer" means any individual, person, corporation, association, partnership, or limited liability company, or any agent thereof, doing...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13005.7
An employment agency, as defined in paragraph (3) of subdivision (a) or (h) of Section 1812.501 of the Civil Code shall not be deemed the employer of
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13006
"Gross income" means all compensation for services including fees, commissions, and similar items, except as otherwise provided by this division. ...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13007
"Miscellaneous payroll period" means a payroll period other than a daily, weekly, biweekly, semimonthly, monthly, quarterly, semiannual, or annual...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13008
"Payroll period" means a period for which a payment of wages is ordinarily made to the employee by his or her employer.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13009
"Wages" means all remuneration, other than fees paid to a public official, for services performed by an employee for his or her employer, including...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13009.5
(a) For purposes of the report required by subdivision (a) of Section 1088 and the statement required by Section 13050, "wages subject to personal...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13010
"Withholding agent" means any person required to deduct and withhold any tax under the provisions of Section 13020.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13011
The department shall retain the possession and control of all records, papers, offices, equipment, supplies, moneys, funds, appropriations, land, and
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13013
All regulations heretofore adopted by the Franchise Tax Board pursuant to powers transferred to the department by this division and in effect...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13014
This division does not apply to the payment of interest obligations not taxable under this division.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13015
The department is authorized to require such information with respect to persons subject to the taxes imposed by this division as is necessary or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13016
When necessary to make effective the provisions of this division, the name and address of the recipient of income shall be furnished upon demand of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13017
Unless otherwise specifically provided, the provisions of any law effecting changes in withholding under this division shall begin in the manner set...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13018
(a) Except as otherwise provided by this division or other express provision of law, the information furnished or secured pursuant to this division...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13020
(a) Every employer who pays wages to a resident employee for services performed either within or without this state, or to a nonresident employee for
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13021
(a) Every employer required to withhold any tax under Section 13020 shall for each calendar quarter, whether or not wages or payments are paid in the
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13021.5
(a) "Electronic funds transfer" means any transfer of funds, other than a transaction originated by check, draft, or similar paper instrument, that...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13022
In determining the amount to be deducted and withheld under Section 13020, the wages may, at the election of the employer, be computed to the nearest
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13023
The department may, by regulation, permit employers to estimate the wages which will be paid to any employee in any quarter of the calendar year, to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13024
The department may provide by authorized regulation, under such conditions and to such extent as it deems proper, for withholding in addition to that
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13025
In the case of remuneration paid in any medium other than cash for services performed by an individual as a retail salesperson for a person where the
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13026
An employer shall not be required to deduct and withhold any tax under this division upon a payment of wages (except wages exempt from federal income
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13027
In the case of tips which constitute wages, subdivision (a) of Section 13020 shall be applicable only to such tips as are included in a written...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13028
(a) For purposes of this division (and so much of Part 10 (commencing with Section 17001) and Part 10.2 (commencing with Section 18401) of Division 2
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13028.1
If the director determines that nonpayment of tax by a nonresident under the income tax laws of this state may occur, the director shall notify the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13028.5
(a) For purposes of this division (and so much of Part 10 (commencing with Section 17001) and Part 10.2 (commencing with Section 18401) of Division 2
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13028.6
(a) For purposes of this division (and so much of Part 10 (commencing with Section 17001) and Part 10.2 (commencing with Section 18401) of Division 2
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13029
The department may by authorized regulations provide for withholding-- (a) From remuneration for services performed by an employee for his or her...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13030
If wages are paid with respect to a period which is not a payroll period, the amount to be deducted and withheld shall be that applicable in the case
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13031
If the remuneration paid by an employer to an employee for services performed during one-half or more of any payroll period of not more than 31...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13040
(a) An employer shall use the exemption certificate filed by the employee with the employer in such form and containing such information as the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13041
The number and amount of withholding exemptions allowed shall be based upon the persons claimed in a withholding exemption certificate in effect...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13042
A new withholding exemption certificate filed under this division in cases in which a previous certificate was in effect shall take effect with...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13043
(a) The amount to be deducted and withheld under this division shall be prescribed pursuant to Section 18663 of the Revenue and Taxation Code when a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13050
(a) Every employer or person required to deduct and withhold from an employee a tax under Section 986, 3260, or 13020, or who would have been...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13052
Any person or employer required under Section 13050 to furnish a statement to an employee who furnishes a false or fraudulent statement, or who fails
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13052.5
(a) In addition to the penalty imposed by Section 19183 of the Revenue and Taxation Code (relating to failure to file information returns), if any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13055
Every employee who, in the course of his or her employment by an employer, receives in any calendar month tips which are wages shall report all such...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13056
(a) When required by authorized regulations prescribed by the department: (1) Any person or employer required under the authority of this division
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13057
(a) If any person who is required by regulations prescribed under Section 13056 to provide a required identifying number fails without good cause to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13058
Except as otherwise provided by the department, any return, report, statement, or other document required to be made under any provision of this...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13059
If the Governor declares a state of emergency, the director may extend the time requirements for filing returns, reports, and statements required by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13070
(a) The employer shall be liable for the payment of the tax required to be deducted and withheld under Section 13020, and shall not be liable to any...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13071
If the employer, in violation of the provisions of this division, fails to deduct and withhold the tax under this division, and thereafter the tax...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13072
The department may by notice, served personally or by first-class mail, require any employer, person, officer or department of the state, political...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13073
Any employer or person failing to withhold the amount due from any taxpayer and to transmit the same to the department after service of a notice...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13074
Any employer or person required to withhold and transmit any amount pursuant to this division shall comply with the requirement without resort to any
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13075
Whenever, under any provision of this division, service is authorized upon the state of any notice to withhold, unless expressly exempted from the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13076
If the employer is the United States, or this state, or any political subdivision thereof, including the Regents of the University of California, a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13077
(a) For purposes of Sections 13020 and 13070, if a lender, surety, or other person, who is not an employer under such sections with respect to an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 13101
(a) In addition to any criminal penalty provided by law, if any individual makes a statement under Section 13040, 13041, or 13042 which results in a...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14000
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that, in order for California to remain prosperous and globally competitive, it needs to have a highly skilled
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14002
(a) The Legislature finds and declares that screening designed to detect unidentified disabilities, including learning disabilities, improves...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14003
(a) Grants or contracts awarded under the federal Workforce Investment Act, codified in Chapter 30 (commencing with Section 2801) of Title 29 of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14004
To be eligible for state or federal workforce development funds awarded by the state under the California Community and Faith Based Initiative, an...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14005
For purposes of this division: (a) "Board" shall mean the California Workforce Investment Board. (b) "Agency" means the Labor and Workforce...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14006
The provisions of this division are severable. If any provision of this division or its application is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14007
Each provision of this division shall remain in effect unless the United States Secretary of Labor determines that any provision of this division or...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14010
The California Workforce Investment Board is the body responsible for assisting the Governor in the development, oversight, and continuous...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14011
The board shall report, through its executive director, to the Secretary of the Labor and Workforce Development Agency.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14012
The board shall be appointed by the Governor to assist in the development of the State Workforce Investment Plan and to carry out other functions, as
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14013
The board shall assist the Governor in the following: (a) Promoting the development of a well-educated and highly skilled workforce. (b)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14015
Members of the board may receive up to one hundred dollars ($100) for each day's actual attendance at meetings and other official business of the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14020
The California Workforce Investment Board, in collaboration with state and local partners, including the Chancellor of the California Community...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14200
(a) The local chief elected officials in a local workforce development area shall form, pursuant to guidelines established by the Governor and the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14201
Local workforce investment boards shall be established in each local workforce investment area of the state to assist the local chief elected...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14202
Membership of the local board shall be appointed by the local chief elected official using criteria established by the Governor and the board, and...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14203
Membership of local boards may include other individuals or representatives of entities as the local elected official in the local area may determine
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14204
A majority of the members of the local board shall be representatives of businesses in the local area.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14205
The local board shall elect a chairperson for the local board from among the business representatives.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14206
It shall be the duty of the local board to do all of the following: (a) Coordinate workforce investment activities in the local area with economic
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14207
The local board, in order to carry out its functions: (a) Shall prepare a budget for the purpose of carrying out the duties of the local board as...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14208
A youth council shall be established as a subgroup within each local board, appointed by the local board in cooperation with the local chief elected...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14209
It is the intent of the Legislature that when appointing members to the youth council, the local workforce investment board and the local chief...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14210
The youth council shall do all of the following: (a) Develop the portions of the local plan relating to youth. (b) Make recommendations of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14220
Each local board shall develop and submit to the Governor a comprehensive five-year local plan in partnership with the appropriate chief local...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14221
The local plan shall include all of the following: (a) A local labor market assessment which contains an identification of local and regional...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14222
The local board may submit a local unified plan that includes or integrates the local workforce investment and other local workforce plans such as:
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14223
The local board shall make available copies of a proposed local plan, allow members of the local board and members of the public to submit comments...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14230
(a) It is the intent of the Legislature that: (1) California deliver comprehensive workforce services to jobseekers, students, and employers...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14231
(a) The local providers of the following programs or activities shall be required partners in the local one-stop system: (1) Programs authorized...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14232
The local board, with the agreement of the chief local elected official for the local area, shall develop and enter into a memorandum of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14233
One-stop career center operators shall recognize and comply with applicable labor agreements affecting employees of one-stop career centers,...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14234
In order to avoid a conflict of interest, operators of one-stop career centers that issue vouchers shall not be the recipient of vouchers issued by...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14235
To the full extent permitted by federal law, the Employment Development Department shall utilize its Wagner-Peyser funded activities and programs to...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14500
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, when a person using his or her Workforce Investment Act individual training account enrolls in an adult...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14510
To the extent permitted by federal law, school districts and county offices of education are eligible to apply to local youth councils to provide...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 14530
To the extent permissible under federal law, the Governor may set aside a portion of the youth funding specifically for programs to improve the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 15000
This division shall be known, and may be cited, as the California Green Collar Jobs Act of 2008.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 15001
(a) The Legislature finds and declares all of the following: (1) The State of California has long been a national and international leader on...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 15002
(a) The California Workforce Investment Board (CWIB) shall establish a special committee known as the Green Collar Jobs Council (GCJC), comprised of...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 15003
On or before April 1, 2009, and each April 1 yearly thereafter, the CWIB shall report to the Legislature on the status of GCJC activities and its...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 17000
As used in this division "department" means the Employment Development Department.
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 17001
Consistent with the ongoing relationships that the department maintains with private sector employers, the department shall encourage and organize...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 17002
In carrying out the provisions of this division, the department shall conduct activities including, but not limited to, the following: (a)...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 18000
(a) It is the purpose of this division to ensure that workforce preparation services provided through California's one-stop centers, including...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 18002
Each local workforce investment board shall establish at least one comprehensive one-stop career center in each local workforce investment area. ...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 18004
The local workforce investment boards shall schedule and conduct regular performance reviews of their one-stop centers to determine whether the...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 18006
One-stop center counselor staff shall provide accurate information to beneficiaries of Supplemental Security Income and the State Supplemental...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 18008
In order to ensure that one-stop career centers operated by local workforce investment boards meet the needs of workers and employers with...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 18010
The California Workforce Investment Board shall report to the Governor and the Legislature by September 30, 2004, on the status of one-stop services...
California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 18012
If permitted by federal law, the California Workforce Investment Board and local workforce investment boards shall include persons with disabilities...
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