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Unemployment Insurance: Indiana

Unemployment Insurance requirements for other states

Federal law and guidance on this subject should be reviewed together with this section.

Authors: Stuart R. Buttrick, Susan W. Kline, Tareen Zafrullah and Taylor L. Haran, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP


  • Most employers are subject to the Indiana Employment and Training Services Act. See Employer Coverage.
  • Claimants must meet certain requirements to be eligible for unemployment benefits. See Employee Eligibility.
  • Under certain circumstances, claimants can be disqualified from receiving unemployment benefits. See Disqualification From Benefits.
  • Unemployment benefits generally last a maximum of 26 weeks or until the claimant reaches their maximum benefit amount. See Benefits.
  • An employer may challenge an unemployment insurance claim, but must do so in a timely manner. See Filing Claims.
  • Employers must comply with certain notice and posting requirements. See Notice and Posting Requirements.