Will EDD contact my new part-time employer?
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It will serve no purpose to provide the name of your part-time employer and not their contact information. With the name of your employer, the EDD can find the contact information if they so desire. Although, I don't see why they would contact them.
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Based on the facts that you have in your post, there should be no reason that EDD would contact your new employer.
The earnings that you report will offset your unemployment benefits. You should be certain that you claim all wages earned from the new employer. Employers are obligated to report wages to EDD and EDD compares what you claim against what is reported by employers. If there is a discrepancy, EDD will accuse you of making false statements and take action to disqualify you from receiving benefits.