New to unemployment?
Unemployment benefits may be available if you have recently lost your job.
Need help with your job search?
WorkSource reemployment specialists offer in-person and virtual services throughout the state.
- Required reporting of SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) codes starts with reporting for fourth quarter of 2022.
- Learn more about unemployment insurance tax-rate factors.
Sign in to eServices to apply for and manage unemployment claims, pay taxes and more.
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Benefit denials and appeals
If you disagree with a decision we made about your unemployment benefits, you can appeal that decision.
Suspect fraud? Report it!
Use our online form to report suspected imposter or unemployment benefits fraud, or employee misconduct.
Returning to work
We and our workforce partners help job seekers find work and we help employers find their next employees.
Read about resources for workers and employers.
You might be denied unemployment benefits if you refuse a work offer. Information for workers and employers.
How to get help
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