Our phone system for filing weekly
unemployment claims and performing an
account status inquiry will soon be phased
out to allow for enhanced electronic
processing. During this transition,
you’ll still be able to use the phone system
three days a week, and we’re adding a new
feature to our web service to make it easier
than ever to file a claim or check your
account status online! Click
here for more information.
Legislation affecting the
Connecticut Department of Labor - October
Information on Disaster Unemployment
Assistance benefits for Puerto Rico and U.S.
Virgin Islands residents.
Just Updated! CTDOL’s
Career Paths publication provides
education and training advice, job strategy
information, and valuable resources for
successful career planning.
edition of the Career Connection newsletter
is now online. Features hiring
events, workshops, programs and services
offered by the Labor Department and its
workforce partners. Please click
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As of Jan. 1,
2019, CT employers are prohibited from
inquiring about prospective employees' wage
or salary histories.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Janus v. AFSCME Council
31 on the rights and duties of CT public-sector employers and employees,
the Attorney General’s office has issued this guidance:
Guidance on Janus v. AFSCME
Looking for employment or unemployment help? Our new
www.JobCenterCT.com provides direct links to help with
UI claims, job search, hiring events and more.