Unemployment Insurance Benefits

UIF is a state-provided insurance that pays money to individuals weekly when they lose their jobs and meet certain eligibility requirements.

Each state administers its own unemployment insurance program, despite it being federal law. Workers must meet their state's work and wage requirements, including time worked. The benefits are primarily paid out by state governments and funded by specific payroll taxes collected for that purpose.

Retirement Claims
Death Claims
Maternity Claims
Retrenchment Claims

Workmen's Compensation

This is a form of insurance that provides wage replacement and medical benefits to employees who suffer work-related injuries or illness. This insurance is designed to protect both employees and employers by covering medical expenses and providing financial support to workers unable to perform their job due to work- related Issues.

Letter of good standing
Injury on duty claims
Wca Registrations