When Employees Work Out Of State
California employers often send employees to work temporarily in other states. For example, California workers may attend a trade show in a Las Vegas for a few days, travel to New Orleans for a week-long training, work in a company’s facility in Ohio for a few weeks, or staff a temporary project in New York for a few months.
Finally, when employees work both in and out of a state, their work/benefits may be allocated for specific purposes (e.g., unemployment or other state benefits). To learn more about an employee’s eligibility for state benefits when they also work out of state, please see the California EDD’s multistate employment bulletin.