Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Tip:
If you previously entered a return to work
date of May 20 on your PUA claim
application, but will still be unemployed or
under-employed after that date, you can
continue filing your weekly
certification(s). This keeps your claim
active and provides weekly benefits, when
applicable, until you are back at work
Helpful Filing Tip - If you
have returned to work, but at a reduced
schedule, please continue to file weekly as
you may be eligible for partial benefits.
Reporting your part-time hours and earnings
keeps your claim active and provides partial
unemployment benefits, where applicable.
Protecting Civil Rights While Responding to
the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
Considerations for Agricultural Employers
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For guidance and updates on
Connecticut's coronavirus preparedness
If you filed a claim for unemployment due to a temporary shutdown, but your employer then decided to pay you, you can cancel your claim online at
The USDOL Office of the Inspector General has issued the following
to protect those filing for unemployment benefits.
If you have filed an unemployment claim: It is very important
that you check your email (including your Junk or Spam folders) DAILY for
updated messages, such as “next steps” from the Labor Department.
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for UC-1099G tax form information.
Click here if you are a
resident of Puerto Rico, in Connecticut and
in need of instructions on how to file PR
Any emails associating CTDOL with a gofundme
or RFI request (or similar) are not
authentic and should be deleted. Considered
malicious spam that uses CTDOL’s email
header, spammers will use free sites that
allow them to use any name and email
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.