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All Connecticut Department of Labor offices, including the Call Centers for Unemployment Insurance (UI) claims, will be closed Monday, July 4, 2016 for the Independence Day holiday observance. For those needing to file a new claim or reopen a UI claim, please visit www.FileCTUI.com and click on the File Your Unemployment Claim button. To file a weekly claim or make an inquiry about your existing claim, visit www.FileCTUI.com and click on the Manage Your Unemployment Claim button. Weekly UI claims can also be filed using the automated TeleBenefits phone system.

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Unemployed or underemployed CT resident interested in working in a trade for an eastern CT manufacturer but lack the formal experience or training?  Click here to be directed to the Eastern CT Manufacturing Pipeline Initiative, a free training program designed to provide the skills that you need.  Learn the steps to becoming a trades worker!  Military veterans encouraged to apply.


NewA report and presentation on “Implementing Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance – Connecticut,” researched and written by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, can be found here

Unemployment Insurance Reemployment and Eligibility Assessment (UI REA) is designed to help UI claimants return to work faster. If you have been selected to take part, please click here for information.


The Manufacturing Innovation Fund Apprenticeship Program provides financial assistance to Connecticut manufacturers that have a Registered Apprentice Program. Click here to apply or for information.

Looking for additional training for your current workforce? CT’s new Incumbent Worker Training Program can provide your company with up to $100,000 in matching funds. Click here to apply or for information.

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