State Unemployment Insurance (SUI)
Rates range from 0.28% – 8.78%.
The UI tax rate is comprised of a Base Rate or Benefit Ratio plus three Adjustment Factors:
1. Ineffectively/Non-charged Charged Factor – Used to replenish the fund for benefits which are not charged to a specific employer’s account or charges that are not recoverable because of the maximum rate limitation.
2. Employment Support Fund Factor – Used to fund special programs and to support employment office programs.
3. Fund Balance Factor – Used to maintain the solvency of the UI fund. New employers’ rates vary by classification. New employers must register with the Unemployment Division to receive classification.
Employees who are terminated or quit must be paid within 5 working days of leaving.
New Hire Filing
Employers must report new hires within 20 days of hire, re-hire, or return to work.
Reporting by mail
Wyoming New Hire Reporting Center
P.O. Box 1408
Cheyenne, WY 82003
State Disbursement Unit
2300 Capitol Avenue
Fifth Floor, Suite A
Cheyenne, WY 82002
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