Employers can now share information and complete payments online after an employee separation. Responses via U.S. mail will no longer be accepted. The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development will continue to send notices and requests via mail, which can then be completed on the new online portal. If you receive a notice, you have 10 days to log in and complete the questionnaire from the date of mailing shown on the form.
New: Employer online response process
You will have 10 days to log in and complete the questionnaire from date of mailing showed on the form.
Beginning in August 2021, NJ Unemployment has introduced a new way for employers to respond online instead of by mail. This new process will result in faster determinations and more accurate charges to your experience rating account.
If you received a letter in the mail that is directing you to fill out a form online, then you will have 10 days to log in and respond to the questionnaire. This response will count as your fact finding, and we will only contact you if additional information is needed.
The form titled “Request for Monetary Information” (BC2) will gather information on earned income that may be used to establish a valid claim. The forms titled “Request for Separation Information” (BC28) and “Monetary with Separation Request” (BC3E) will gather information on separation, payment after the last day of work, and retirement pay received.
The form titled “Request for Monetary Information” (BC2) will require a separate log in from the forms “Request for Separation Information” (BC28) and “Monetary with Separation Request” (BC3E), therefore if you need to fill out multiple forms you will have to create 2 separate accounts (one under each link). You are welcome to use the same email address for both accounts.
Once you create an account, you can continue to use that log in information for any NJ unemployment claimant form you need to fill out in the future.
Note: There is no limit to the number of users each company can add.
Information Courtesy of the State of New Jersey and New Jersey Department of Labor