Unemployment Insurance (UI) Nonmonetary Determinations
Each calendar quarter, states report information on nonmonetary determinations from the following reports, Employment and Training Administration (ETA) 207 (Nonmonetary Determination Activities), ETA 9052 (Nonmonetary Determination Time Lapse, Detection Date) and ETA 9056 (Nonmonetary Determination Quality Review). Details on each report are below:
ETA 207 report provides current information on the volume and nature of nonmonetary determinations and denials under, state, UCFE and UCX unemployment insurance programs. This data is used to budget workloads, evaluate law changes, appraise disqualifications processes, and relate to benefit appeals. The National Office uses ETA 207 to determine workload counts, to analyze the ratio of disqualifications to determinations, and to examine and evaluate the program effect of nonmonetary activities.
The ETA 9052 report contains information on the time it takes states to issue nonmonetary determinations from the date the issues are first detected by the agency. Single-claimant and multi-claimant nonmonetary determinations are included in the report. Nonmonetary determinations made by organizational units such Benefit Accuracy Measurement (BAM) and Benefit Payment Control (BPC) are also included in this report.
The ETA 9056 report provides quarterly information on the quality of nonmonetary determinations that state agencies issue to claimants and employers in the report period. Intrastate and Interstate single-claimant and multi-claimant separation and nonseparation nonmonetary determinations are included in the report. Nonmonetary determinations made by organizational units such as BAM and BPC are also included in the report. Notices of overpayments on contested earnings detected by any method (e.g., crossmatch) are excluded from the report.
Click on the link below for charts and tables that summarize UI nonmonetary determinations activities by several criteria. Data are displayed by quarter for all states.