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STATE OF TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY SEPARATION NOTICE 1. Employee's Name: 2. SSN First Middle Initial Last 3. Last Employed: From: to (mm/dd/yy)
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I am jamala McFadden with the employment loss solution in this segment of LSU we will focus on separation notices in Georgia employers are required to provide departing employees with the separation notice when the employment relationship ends it doesn't matter whether the employee was fired laid off or quits the employer is obligated by law to give all employees a seperation notice the notice is a one-page form document available on the Georgia Department of Labor website it is called form DOL 800 the employer is required to fill in fields like the reason for separation dates of employment and wage information and if the employee applies for unemployment benefits she is required to submit the completed separation notice to the Department of Labor now employers need to be careful about the information included in the notice the information should be both accurate and honest if an employer provides inaccurate information the employer could be subject to monetary penalties andor imprisonment believe it or not another reason to be careful is that separation notices also show up in lawsuits from time to time if an employer is sued and wants to defend this termination decision based on the fact that the employee was a poor performer for example but in the separation notice of employee employer provided another reason for separation like lack of work the employers credibility is obviously weakened in that lawsuit furthermore even though most employees are at will and can be fired at any time with or without cause an employee cannot be terminated for an illegal reason for example if an employer stakes on the separation notice that the reason for separation is that the employee filed a lawsuit against the company complaining about our pay that statement may be direct evidence of unlawful retaliation and you can expect to see that statement show up on the first page of a lawsuit against your company please feel free to call us if you have questions about the Georgia separation form or employee terminations in general for more helpful tips like these please visit our website at wwwclemsonedupeach