Are you a
federal employee working in CT, considered
essential and working, but not getting paid
during the shutdown? If you are
ineligible for unemployment benefits, this
new program can help pay the bills.
Read more here.
As of Jan. 1,
2019, CT employers are prohibited from
inquiring about prospective employees' wage
or salary histories.
Filing your taxes? The 2018
Statement of Unemployment Compensation
Payments (1099G) is now available.
If you are a federal employee
affected by the government shutdown and your
current job is in CT, you may be eligible to
file for unemployment in this state.
See guidelines here.
Filing a first-time unemployment
claim? We are experiencing a high
volume of claim activity this month and
Tips for Filing Unemployment Insurance During Peak Season
to help you receive your benefits as quickly as possible.
Request for Qualifications:
Connecticut Public Act 18-178 Apprenticeship
Connecticut Initiative Request for
Qualifications is now available.
The deadline for
initial responses has been extended to
January 18, 2019 by 5:00pm.
*Update (12/24/18): RFQ
document and Answers to Questions have been
Click here for RFQ instructions and documents.
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.