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Applying for Unemployment Benefits 

If you’ve lost your job or have had your hours greatly reduced, you may qualify for unemployment benefits.

Unemployment Insurance (UI) for Employers 

As an employer, you may be subject to unemployment insurance. Learn about your responsibilities.

COVID-19 and Unemployment: What you need to know 

If you're here, your job may have been impacted by COVID-19. The Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) is here for you.

Managing your Unemployment Benefits 

If you're receiving unemployment benefits, learn more about managing your claim.

Unemployment Insurance (UI) Online 

Access your UI Online account as a claimant, employer, or third party administrator (TPA) by using the links below.

WorkShare for Workers 

When your employer participates in WorkShare, it allows you to keep your job and continue to receive company benefits while working reduced hours.

WorkShare for Employers 

WorkShare is a program that offers a smart alternative to layoffs. Employees work reduced hours while collecting unemployment benefits to supplement their lower wages.

Training Opportunities Program (TOP) 

The Training Opportunities Program (TOP) allows you to collect unemployment benefits while you attend full-time, approved training for new job skills.

DUA Multilingual Services 

Welcome to the Department of Unemployment Assistance's (DUA) Multilingual page.