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Latest Press Release
  • Raleigh -  The Division of Employment Security (DES) has begun to collect unpaid unemployment insurance taxes from employers through a federal program called the Treasury Offset Program (TOP).                                            Read complete story
    May 6, 2016more Press Releases

News and Highlights
  • Unemployment information for school employees between school terms.  For information you may need when deciding whether or not to file for unemployment benefits between school terms click here.
    Jun 22, 2016

  • Important Information for Employers Beginning with claims filed on or after January 3, 2016, benefits paid during a calendar quarter will be charged to the employer’s account at the end of that quarter regardless of when the claimant’s benefit year ends. With the move to quarterly charging, DES will no longer provide a quarterly List of Potential Charges. Click here for more information.
    Apr 22, 2016

  • Filing you Weekly Certification Stay eligible for unemployment benefits. Click here for additional information concerning your weekly certification.
    The fastest and most efficient way to file your weekly certification is to file online. If you have difficulty with this application, you may file over the phone by calling 1-888-372-3453. Call Monday & Wednesday through Saturday if your social security number ends in an odd number. If your social security number ends in an even number, you may call Tuesday through Saturday.

    Jun 29, 2016

  • Important information for unemployment insurance claimants. For claims filed on or after January 3, 2016, claimants are required to make five work search contacts during the week. You are also required to maintain documentation of that search. Click here for more information.
    Dec 31, 2015

  • Important Changes for Unemployment Insurance Claimants Please be aware that according to state and federal law, you must register for work. To register for work, go to NCWorks Online and create an account. If you fail to register for work at www.NCWorks.gov by setting up an NCWorks Online account or maintain an active account, your benefits may be delayed or denied. Click here for more information.
    Oct 24, 2014