UInv Logo

Unemployment Information for Claimants and Employers

  Please note, the 1st quarter 2020 Contributory Charge Statements and Reimbursable Billing Statements scheduled for mailing beginning May 22, 2020 will only be available through the online Employer Self Service (ESS) system. Employers may now view online Contributory Charge Statements and Reimbursable Billing Statements by logging into their ESS account. The Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation is exploring options to provide relief of charges as outlined in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Affected employers will be notified of how charging relief will occur once the process for providing this relief is finalized. The “LAST DAY TO PROTEST” is June 8th.
  Please note the Employer Billing Statements for unemployment insurance contributions will only be available through the online Employer Self Service (ESS), this became effective in March 2020. Employers can view online billing statements by logging into their ESS account at ui.nv.gov.
  Electronic Filing Required. A newly adopted regulation requires employers in Nevada to file all quarterly wage and tax reports electronically. For additional information pertaining to the electronic filing regulation and requirements, contact the Employer Account Service Unit at (866) 429-9757. Compliance with the regulation is mandatory for all employers in Nevada. A request for a waiver may be submitted. An approved waiver will be valid for not less than 24 months, and is at the discretion of the Administrator upon establishment of good cause. The E-File Waiver Request Form and Instructions can be downloaded at http://ui.nv.gov/PDFS/E-File_Waiver_Request_Form.pdf or found above under I want to: by selecting Download forms for employers. Instruction for on-line report filing can be found above under Help and Resources by selecting the Tips for Using the New System link.
  IMPORTANT NOTE: Before making a UI tax payment by ACH Debit for the first time, the ACH Debit Authorization Request form must be completed and faxed to (775) 684-6351 for approval. The form can be downloaded at http://ui.nv.gov/PDFS/RPT7011.pdf The Authorization request forms must be returned two weeks before the anticipated first payment date.
Popup Blocker Requirements To use the ESS website, please disable your browser's popup blocker.
  The Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation offices and call centers are closed for all Federal and State holidays with the exception of Columbus Day
  Due to regularly scheduled system maintenance, the Division’s computer system may at times be unavailable on Saturdays starting at 1pm and could be down for the remainder of the day.
What is Misclassification? Worker misclassification occurs when an employer incorrectly classifies a worker as a non-employee. Consequently, employers do not remit the appropriate amount of Federal and state employment taxes, and workers may not receive unemployment insurance benefits or the appropriate protections afforded to them as employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Misclassifications can result from erroneous interpretation of the rules or from intentional disregard of the law. For assistance in correctly classifying a worker contact Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Contributions Office at 775-684-6393.
Professional Employer Organizations (PEO): NRS 616B691(1) was amended in 2015 to deem a client company of an employee leasing company to be the employer of the employees it leases for the purposes of Chapter 612 of NRS, which pertains to unemployment compensation. The law change requires each client company to register individually for unemployment insurance. The client company, as the employer, has primary responsibility for submitting all required quarterly UI tax and wage reports, for paying all UI taxes due, and for responding to notices from the Employment Security Division.
  It is against Federal Law to file for and receive benefits for Unemployment Insurance (including Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) and State Extended Benefits (SEB)) at the same time as Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA).
PLEASE NOTE: If you file for and receive benefits from both programs at the same time, you will be disqualified and liable for the overpayment. This may also constitute fraud which is a felony in Nevada.