California employers pay a state unemployment tax that covers unemployment benefits. Each employer pays these taxes, which are determined on an annual basis. More »

In the state of Florida, most unemployed citizens receive about half of their weekly salary, but the maximum allowed by law is $275 per week. Typically, citizens are only eligible to receive unemployment benefits for 26 ... More »

Unemployment payments are calculated based on a person's pay during the base period before he became unemployed, but there are additional factors that alter the amounts as well. To find an accurate estimate of possible u... More »

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As of 2015 the unemployment tax rate in California for new employers is 3.4 percent for two to three years; 6.2 percent is the highest rate for all employers, according to California's Employment Development Department. ... More »

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One employee right in California is that the state does not allow employers to require drug testing unless there is sufficient reason to do so, according to the State Bar of California. Sometimes this is a safety issue, ... More »

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Large employers are required to offer health insurance coverage to their full-time employees or pay tax penalties amounting to $3,000 per subsidized employee and $2,000 per unsubsidized employee. A business qualifies as ... More »

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California SUI tax is the state's unemployment insurance tax. California SDI tax is state disability insurance tax. SUI tax provides insurance such that if an employee is fired or otherwise unemployed through no fault of... More »

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