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Latest Press Release
  • Disaster Unemployment Assistance Filing Deadline Ending for Remaining Eligible Counties in North Carolina 

    RALEIGH — Filing for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) is about to expire in 10 counties. The deadline for filing an initial DUA claim is 30 days from the date DES announced DUA availability in each county.

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    Nov 28, 2016more Press Releases

News and Highlights
  • Attention Employers, Remitters, and Claimants: The Division of Employment Security has created a new user account creation and sign in system for online services, that will be more secure for our customers.Click here to learn more.
    Mar 22, 2017

  • Attention Employers, Remitters, and Claimants: The Division of Employment Security is changing how you access your information on our website. DES has created a new user account creation and sign in system that will be more secure for our customers. If you're an employer or a remitter, click here to learn more. If you're a claimant, click here to learn more. These changes will take effect soon. More information will be provided closer to launch date.
    Jan 25, 2017

  • Important please NOTE: The DES website address has changed from www.ncesc.com to des.nc.gov
    Jan 31, 2017

  • Important Information regarding 1099-Gs for year 2016.  Processing and mailing of the 1099-Gs for 2016 has been completed.  Online copies are available on the DES website to view and print upon logging in to the website. Click here to login.  For more information on 1099-Gs, visit out FAQ section by clicking here.
    Jan 23, 2017

  • Important Information for Employers 2016 Annual List of Charges to Your Account, NCUI 626, were mailed on October 14, 2016.  You can view and print your charges.  Click here to login to your secure account and then select 'List of Charges to Your Account' under 'Claim Services'.
    Dec 14, 2016

  • Important Information for Claimants Affected by Hurricane Matthew Individuals whose employment was lost or disrupted due to the disaster and received regular Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits or Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) MUST stop filing for benefits if they have returned to work.  Unemployment Benefits are paid only when you are out of work.  If you return to work and do not report your wages earned for each week, you will have to repay those benefits to Employment Security.
    Nov 14, 2016

  • Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) - Basics and Approved Counties

    For more information on DUA, who's eligible and how to apply, click here.

    For a listing of Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) approved counties and additional information, please click here.

    Nov 4, 2016

  • Hurricane Matthew - Temporary Employment Program
    If your employment was impacted due to Hurricane Matthew, you may be eligible for a temporary employment program. Please contact your nearest NCWorks Career Center for more details. You can find a listing of local career centers at www.ncworks.gov

    Nov 4, 2016