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The temporary unemployment benefit programs authorized under the CARES Act expired at midnight on September 4, 2021. These programs included Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC), and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC). These programs also expired for claimants that show a benefit balance on their claim.

Unemployment appeals are being processed as soon as possible.  Claimants can contact the PUA call center at 1-800-603-9681 for any assistance regarding their appeal.

Regular Unemployment Filing

To file a regular unemployment insurance claim or for additional information, please visit http://ui.nv.gov/

Report Unemployment Fraud

To report unemployment fraud, please visit: https://detr.nv.gov/Page/Unemployment_Fraud

How do I participate in work search activities?

  • A work search is a good faith effort to find work and claimants are expected to use reasonable methods and conduct work search activities normal to their occupation. DETR has a number of programs and partners to help claimants with this process that includes training for a new high demand career, adult education and literacy programs, virtual support at Nevada JobConnect and in person support through Nevadaworks in Northern Nevada, and Workforce Connections in Southern Nevada
  • For more information on work search activities, watch this video.
  • Review this document for resources on how to promote your business, get help with business mentoring, and many other resources for small businesses and gig workers.
  • To meet the work search requirement, you will need to complete a mixture of activities, most days of the week. Think about doing something each day, Monday through Friday.
    • Create or update a resume
    • Create a profile on freelance or gig work websites
    • Participate in business networking
    • Learn how to expand your business by connecting with free mentoring programs
    • Connect with Small Business Administration resources
    • Promote and market your business to gain new clients
  • Be sure to document your work search effort. You can download and print a work search log here.
  • Documenting your work search includes printing confirmation emails, writing down the name, address, phone number and contact you spoke to when applying for a job. If you take a test for a potential job or participate in training, note those efforts as well.
  • Visit https://nevadajobconnect.com/Page/Career_Centers to get answers to your work search questions or book an appointment with one of our workforce counselors

Important Information

For Claimants

Job Search Requirement

Work search requirement reinstated on 05/02/2021

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For Claimants

For Claimants

Resources and other claimant specific information

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For Employers

For Employers

Employer Frequently Asked Questions, COVID 19, and other employer specific information

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Additional Resources

Helpful Information and sites

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