The NET-101 is the online method for replying to unemployment claims filed by employees or Request for Separation Information.
Step 1: Log into SCBOS with your User Name and Password.
Step 2: Register as an eNotify Contact Administrator if you haven’t done so. After successfully registering, notifications of all claims will be sent to the email address(s) and phone number(s) listed in eNotify for the business.
Step 3: Wait for electronic notification from SCBOS regarding a claimant.
Step 4: Log into SCBOS and click on the DEW Agency icon and select NET-101 Request for Separation Information link (you will need your DEW account number and PIN).
Determine who will be responding to unemployment claims filed against this business.
Select the Business Name where the new contact will be added. Click on the “Add Contact”. After entering the contact information, SCBOS will send an email validation to your newly added contact. A Contact must respond to the email to be validated. Only after an email is validated will SCBOS begin sending e-Notifications to your Contact. Remember, only a Contact Administrator can add other Contact Administrators or Contacts.
Read the eNotify Checklist
Read the eNotify FAQs
SCBOS realizes that third-party firms like CPAs, bookkeepers, Professional Employer Organizations and HR services may or may not be the responder to unemployment claims. Third-party firms will need options to create processes that work for their organization.
Along with the rest of the information on this page, the guide below will help business service providers use eNotify on behalf of their clients.
If you are responding to a claim, you may need some documentation to help the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce make a claim determination. Here are some of the types of documents you might need, preferably in electronic format:
To respond to a claim, follow these steps:
Before you file, you may want to:
File a NET-101 equivalent before Claimants file a claim
Note: You do not have to register in eNotify before submitting a NET-101 Pre-File.
Read more about the NET-101 Pre-File option.
If you need to contact DEW about a particular claim, please use the contact information below: