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For the convenience of our customers, both UI Online and JobQuest systems will be available during the Christmas and New Year holidays.  Customer service representatives will not be available on the holidays.  If you need help, please call us during regular business hours.

UI Online will be available during regular published hours.  Go to or click the buttons below to access the services.

 Apply for benefits

Newly separated workers
:  Apply for unemployment benefits online.
Watch video on How to Apply for Unemployment Benefits.



Existing UI claimants
:  Login to your UI Online account to request weekly benefit payment, check your claim or payment status, or update your account information. 


Existing employers
:   Submit quarterly wage records, respond to separation information requests, view/protest benefit charges, update your account information. New employers:  Register here.


Existing agents
:  Perform transactions on behalf of your employers. 

JobQuest will be available 24/7.  Go to or click the buttons below to access the services. 


Job seekers
:  Search job listings, post your resume, locate approved training and find events/workshops near you.


:  Post jobs and search candidates.

We wish all our customers a safe and happy holidays.

Written By:

Customer Outreach Director

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