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A separation notice form is a document that is used to inform an employer of an employee's intention to leave the company. The form should be filled out and submitted to the employer by the employee as soon as possible. The purpose of the form is to provide notice to the company so that they can begin searching for a replacement. A separation notice form should include information about the date that the employee plans to leave, their last day of work, and whether they are resigning or quitting. The form should also state whether the employee has any final comments or thoughts on their departure. The bottom of the form should be signed by both parties for verification.

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QuestionAnswer
Form NameSeparation Notice
Form Length2 pages
Fillable?No
Fillable fields0
Avg. time to fill out30 sec
Other namestennessee employee separation notice, tennessee lb department labor workforce, tennessee lb department workforce development, tennessee lb labor workforce

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Employer Notification to Employees of the Availability of

Unemployment Compensation

Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits are available to workers who are unemployed and who meet the requirements of state UI eligibility laws. You may file a UI claim in the first week that employment stops or work hours are reduced.

For assistance or more information about filing a UI claim, call 1-844-224-5818 or visit www.jobs4tn.gov.

You will need to provide the state UI agency with the following information in order for the state to process your claim:

1.Your full legal name;

2.Your Social Security Number; and

3.Your authorization to work (if you are not a US Citizen or

resident. To file a UI claim by phone call: (844) 224-5818

To file a UI claim online, visit: www.jobs4tn.gov

If you have questions about the status of your UI claim, you can call the state UI agency at 1-844-224-5818 or email lwd.support@tn.gov.

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STATE OF TENNESSEE

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

SEPARATION NOTICE

1.

Employee's Name: ________________________________________________________

2. SSN: _____________________

 

First

 

Middle Initial

Last

 

 

 

3.

Last Employed: From: _______________ to _______________

Occupation: _____________________________________

 

 

(mm/dd/yyyy)

(mm/dd/yyyy)

 

 

 

4.

Where was work performed? _____________________________________________________________________________

5. Reason for Separation:

Lack of Work

 

Discharge

Quit

 

 

If lack of work, indicate if layoff is:

Permanent

 

Temporary - Recall Date

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(mm/dd/yyyy)

 

If temporary, report any vacation pay that will be paid.

Week Ending Date _____________

Amount $ ______________

 

 

 

 

 

 

(mm/dd/yyyy)

 

 

If layoff is indefinite vacation pay should not be reported.

 

 

6. Employee received:

Wages in Lieu of Notice

 

Severance Pay

 

 

 

In the amount of $ _________________ for period from _________________ to _________________

 

 

 

 

 

(mm/dd/yyyy)

(mm/dd/yyyy)

 

If other than lack of work, explain the circumstances of this separation:

Employer's Name: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Address where additional information may be obtained:

Employer's Telephone Number:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Employer's Email Address:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Employer's Account Number:

Number shown on State Quarterly Wage Report (LB-0851) and Premium Report (LB-0456)

I certify that the above worker has been separated from work and the information furnished hereon is true and correct.

This report has been handed to or mailed to the worker.

Signature of Official or Representative of the Employer

Title of Person Signing

Date Completed

who has first-hand knowledge of the separation

 

and Released to

 

 

Employee

_________________________________________________________

_______________________________________

____________________

 

 

(mm/dd/yyyy)

NOTICE TO EMPLOYER

Within 24 hours of the time of separation, you are required by Rule 0800-09-01-.02 of the Tennessee Employment Security Law to provide the employee with this document, properly executed, giving the reasons for separation. If you subsequently receive a time sensitive request for separation information for the same information please give complete information in your response.

NOTICE TO EMPLOYEE

YOU MAY BE INSTRUCTED TO MAIL OR FAX THE SEPARATION NOTICE TO TENNESSEE CLAIMS OPERATIONS IF YOU FILE A CLAIM FOR UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS.

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STATE OF TENNESSEE

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

INSTRUCTIONS

SEPARATION NOTICE

Rule 0800-09-01-.02 of the Rules and Regulations of the Tennessee Employment Security Law, requires all employers to furnish each separated employee with a Separation Notice, LB-0489, within 24 hours of the employee's separation from employment.

Separation Notices do not have to be given to any employee who has been in your employ for less than a week or who will be recalled within seven days.

Separation Notices reduce the administrative costs of processing an unemployment insurance claim and helps make a more accurate determination of the claimant's eligibility for benefits.

Please complete the Separation Notice in its entirety.

Item 5

Check the appropriate block as to the reason the worker is separated. If the separation was for any reason other than lack of work, give a clear explanation for the separation in the box provided. Please indicate whether the separation is permanent or temporary, and, if temporary, when you expect to recall the worker.

Item 6

Wages in lieu of notice and severance pay affect UI

The Unemployment Insurance Accountability Act of 2012 denies unemployment insurance benefits to any claimant who is receiving or has received wages in lieu of notice equivalent to the wages he could have earned in that week had he been permitted to work during the period of notice. Wages in lieu of notice are wages paid under circumstances in which the employer did not give an advance notice of separation to the employee and are paid irrespective of the length of service of the employee.

UI benefits will also be denied to any claimant for any week in which he received a severance package that includes an equivalent amount of salary the employee would have received if he were working during that week.

Both the wages in lieu of notice and the severance provisions will not apply to claimants whose separating employer filed notice of a reduction in operations, in accordance with Tennessee Employment Security law, prior to July 1, 2012.

To obtain Separation Notice forms, please:

Make copies of the form, or

Visit our website tn.gov/workforce

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