NC Division of Employment Security :: Login
Businesses – Use the first 7 digits of your employer account number or your 6-digit remitter number as Username and your assigned 6 digit PIN number as Password. Contact us at [email protected] if you have lost your PIN number. (Once you Sign in successfully, you will be required to setup a new DES user account and use that …
The Division of Employment Security is responsible for the administration of the unemployment insurance program in the state of North Carolina. This program is a federal-state partnership and is funded by federal and state unemployment taxes employers pay on employee wages. Benefits are paid to eligible workers who lose their job through no fault of their own and are able, available and …
NCESC – Employment Security Commission
NCESC – Employment Security Commission of North Carolina. The mission of the NCESC is to promote and sustain the economic well being of North Carolinians.
DES: File Your Weekly Certification
You must submit a Weekly Certification after each week for which you would like to receive benefits. The Weekly Certification is a series of questions that helps verify that you were able, available, and looking for work that week. Weekly certifications (or weekly claim for benefits) must be filed online. If you don’t have access to a computer, you can contact our customer call center by …
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DES: Apply for Unemployment
Filing your Unemployment Application. You must create an online account to file an application for unemployment insurance online. Your account also provides access to the Claimant Self-Service Portal, where you can get information about your claim at any time. Filing your Unemployment Application.
DES: File, Adjust or Review Quarterly Tax & Wage Report
Employers are required to file the Quarterly Tax and Wage Report (Form NCUI 101) for each quarter, beginning with the quarter in which employment begins. Tax must be paid on each employee’s wages up to the taxable wage base for each calendar year. Quarterly wages must be reported for each employee by name and Social Security number. Correct and complete Social Security numbers are required to …
North Carolina Electronic Disease Surveillance System
General Help. If you have trouble using NC EDSS (after you log in), please call the help desk at 919-715-5548 (toll-free at 877-625-9259), from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. After normal business hours, please leave a message and your call will be returned when business hours resume.
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