United Way can help with Federal Earned Income Tax Credits
and CT Earned Income Tax Credits
(click here for more information)
UC-1099G tax forms are currently being
mailed, and will be mailed by January 31, 2014. Copies can
also be printed from this page by clicking in the box to the
right, labeled UNEMPLOYMENT TAX FORM-1099G.
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Information regarding incorrect debit cards issued by
Wage Increases to $8.70 Effective January 1, 2014
The December edition of the Labor Exchange - the CTDOL
Employment and Training Newsletter is now available. Click
here to read the latest initiatives and services available
to Connecticut's job seekers and employers!
Unemployment Compensation (EUC) benefits ended at the
end of 2013.
The Connecticut Labor Department has partnered with the
Chief State’s Attorney’s Office to fight fraud and prosecute
those collecting benefits to which they are not entitled.
Click here for
program details and how to report suspected fraud.
Announcing 2013 legislation affecting
the Connecticut Department of Labor
(more information) (PDF,
UNITED WAY OF CONNECTICUT - WHERE TO TURN IN CONNECTICUT IF
YOU BECOME UNEMPLOYED
The state’s Joint Enforcement Commission for Worker Misclassification has stepped up efforts to stop the misclassification of workers.
Click here for more information on Worker Misclassification.
Step Up Program: Let us help you get
back to work! Let us help you grow your company! The Step Up program offers subsidized training and employment programs
and small manufacturer training grants.
The maximum Weekly Benefit Rate (WBR) is $590 with new claims effective October
Connecticut's Reemployment Portal
Where To Turn in Connecticut When You Become Unemployed
Worker ReEmployment: Pathways to Career Success” – Resources and Information
Mortgage Crisis Job Training Program