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Notice of Meeting

Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council

Date:  Thursday, May 19, 2022
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Location: Department of Workforce Development by Teleconference
Public may attend by:
Phone: 415-655-0003 or 855-282-6330 (toll free) or WebEx
Meeting Number (Access Code): 2598 428 5006 Meeting Password: DWD1


  1. Call to order and introductions
  2. Approval of minutes of the February 17, 2022 UIAC meeting
  3. Governor’s Proclamation – Secretary-designee Amy Pechacek
  4. Department update
  5. Trust Fund update
  6. Financial Outlook
  7. Fraud Report to the Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council
  8. Legislation update
  9. Rulemaking update
    • Proposed Permanent Rule, DWD ch. 100-150 (CR 22-010)
      • Converting references from Standard Industrial Classification codes to the North American Industry Classification System codes; and other minor technical changes to the unemployment insurance program
  10. Judicial update
  11. Research requests
  12. Future meeting dates: June 16, 2022; July 21, 2022; August 18, 2022
  13. Adjourn


  • The Council may take up action items at a time other than that listed.
  • The Council may not address all agenda items or follow the agenda order. The Council may discuss other items, including those on any attached lists.
  • The Council members may attend the meeting by teleconference.
  • The employee or employer representative members of the Council may convene in closed session at any time during the meeting to deliberate any matter for potential action or items listed in this agenda, under Wis. Stat. § 19.85(1)(ee). The Council may then reconvene again in open session after the closed session.
  • This location is accessible to people with disabilities. If you need an accommodation, including an interpreter or information in an alternate format, please contact the UI Division Bureau of Legal Affairs at 608-266-0399 or dial 7-1-1 for Wisconsin Relay Service.