Employment covered by the Employment Security Law including any work for which wages are paid by: (1) an employer who has one or more workers in any twenty weeks during a calendar year, or whose payroll is $1,500 or more during a calendar quarter; (2) an agricultural employer who has ten or more workers in any twenty weeks during a calendar year, or who pays $20,000 or more in wages in any calendar quarter; (3) an employer who pays $1,000 or more for domestic service during any calendar quarter; (4) state and local governments; (5) non-profit elementary and secondary schools.
Those jobs covered by the unemployment compensation programs. At this time, those not covered include most agricultural workers, and self-employed and people working for small non-profit entitities.
Services performed for an employer covered by the CESA. Determination—A decision by the Division that a claimant is or is not eligible to receive unemployment insurance benefits or that an employer is subject to the CESA.
Covered employment refers to those employers who fall under the coverage of the state and federal unemployment insurance programs and pay unemployment taxes on their workers.
or Covered Position - Employment in a regularly established position with an employer participating in the Florida Retirement System or in another state-administered retirement system.
Unless specifically excluded by law, all employment performed for a liable employer is covered whether it is on a part-time, full-time, temporary or casual basis.
The number of employees covered by Unemployment Insurance reported to the states by employers. (ETA 202)
employment in an industry that comes under coverage of the state's unemployment insurance program. Generally excluded from coverage are the self-employed, full commissioned sales-workers, employees of religious organizations, elected and appointed officials, some student employees and some agricultural workers. Since 1990, more agricultural workers have become eligible for unemployment insurance as the result of legislative changes.
An employer whose length and conditions of employment meet the criteria for liability for payment of taxes under the state or federal unemployment insurance law.
Employment for workers covered by unemployment insurance (based on D.C. unemployment insurance tax reports of employers subject to unemployment insurance laws). Jobs that are exempt or otherwise not covered by unemployment insurance are not included in covered employment. (DOES)