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The Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council is interested in hearing your comments on Wisconsin's Unemployment Insurance (UI) program and suggestions for changing the law and improving the program.
The Council represents employee and employer interests and recommends changes to the unemployment law to the Legislature.
Participate in the 2022 public hearing, conducted by teleconference and WebEx web conferencing technology. Registration is required. After you register for a public hearing, you'll receive a confirmation email message with instructions on how to join the event.
Depending on the number of participants, time allotted for each individual to provide testimony may be limited.
The public is invited to provide comments and suggestions. (Note: Federal pandemic relief programs, such as PUA, FPUC, LWA, etc., have ended and changes cannot be made to those laws.)
If you cannot participate in the public hearing, you may submit your written comments and suggestions no later than Friday, November 18, 2022 by:
(Note: Emails will only be accepted from November 9-18, 2022)
Janell Knutson, Chair
Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council
P.O. Box 8942
Madison, WI 53708
Important: Do not submit your social security number, date of birth, street address, or issues involving your claim when submitting written comments on Wisconsin's UI program. To contact us about issues with your claim, please call the Claimant Assistance Line at (414) 435-7069 or toll-free (844) 910-3661 during business hours.
If you have any questions, contact UI Division Bureau of Legal Affairs at (608) 266-0399 or visit the Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council website: https://dwd.wisconsin.gov/uibola/uiac.