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What Is in California’s Unemployment Insurance Code?

An unemployed individual is eligible to receive unemployment compensation benefits

By Chris Micheli, April 18, 2022 11:52 am

The California Unemployment Insurance Code is one of 29 Codes that contain state statutes. The UI Code, as it is commonly referred to, contains 8 Divisions. There are also numerous parts, chapters, and articles containing hundreds of code sections, or individual statutes. The following is a broad overview of the Unemployment Insurance Code.

GENERAL PROVISIONS [Sections 1 – 21]

There are 22 Sections.

DIVISION 1. UNEMPLOYMENT AND DISABILITY COMPENSATION [Sections 100 – 4751]

There are 4 Parts, 23 Chapters, and 69 Articles.

DIVISION 1.5. AUTOMATION OF THE EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT [Sections 4900 – 4903]

There is 1 Chapter.

DIVISION 3. EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PROGRAMS [Sections 9000 – 11024]

There is 1 Part, 7 Chapters, and 12 Articles.

DIVISION 6. WITHHOLDING TAX ON WAGES [Sections 13000 – 13101]

There are 6 Chapters.

DIVISION 7. CALIFORNIA WORKFORCE INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY ACT [Sections 14000 – 14531]

There are 6 Chapters and 9 Articles.

DIVISION 8. California Green Collar Jobs Act of 2008 [Sections 15000 – 15003]

There are 4 Sections.

DIVISION 9. CALWORKS PROGRAM: JOB CREATION [Sections 17000 – 17002]

There are 3 Sections.

DIVISION 10. EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE FOR WORKERS WITH DISABILITIES [Sections 18000 – 18012]

There are 7 Sections.

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