The Georgia Department of Labor matches qualified job seekers with employers and collects data to help businesses, economic developers, planners and the workforce make quality work-related decisions.
From offering the Work Opportunity Tax Credit, which provides substantial tax benefit to employers who hire eligible workers, to administering the Unemployment Insurance system that supports the financial security of those temporarily out of work, DOL works to grow the economy and workers' positions within it.
Yes, Georgia law requires that you give an employee a notice that explains in detail the reasons for the separation. This separation notice should be delivered in person on the last day of work or, if the employee is not available, should be mailed to a last known address. Get a copy of the department's official separation notice, DOL-800.