How do I contact the Department of Labor in idaho?

How do I contact the Department of Labor in idaho?

Here’s how to contact us:

  1. Send an email using our: Contact Us Form.
  2. Call us at: (208) 332-3576 or toll-free 1-800-448-2977.
  3. Mail your letter to: Idaho Department of Labor. 317 W. Main Street. Boise, Idaho 83735-0760.

Is Idaho Department of Labor Open?

Hours. M-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m. mountain time, except observed holidays.

Can I email Idaho Department of Labor?

Contact Us Online, by email or phone, in person.

Where can I go to file for unemployment?

Generally, you should file your claim with the state where you worked. If you worked in a state other than the one where you now live or if you worked in multiple states, the state unemployment insurance agency where you now live can provide information about how to file your claim with other states.

When can I apply for unemployment?

Prepare to Apply File for unemployment in the first week that you lose your job or have your hours reduced. Your claim begins the Sunday of the week you applied for unemployment. You must serve a one-week unpaid waiting period on your claim before you are paid UI benefits.

How long does it take to get unemployment in idaho?

Payment will generally be available two to three business days after you submit your weekly certification. Once you have filed your weekly claim for benefits and all eligibility requirements are met, the automated system will transfer payment to the financial institution you have specified.

How do I reopen my unemployment claim in idaho?

To reopen your claim, go to labor.idaho.gov/claimantportal. If you do not have Internet access, please visit the Idaho Department of Labor office nearest you. Your claim is open the Sunday of the week in which you reopen your claim.

How many weeks can you collect unemployment in Idaho?

26 weeks
The number of weeks of full entitlement you can receive will vary between 10 weeks at a minimum and 26 weeks at a maximum. The maximum amount of weeks is dependent on the unemployment insurance rate and is calculated every three months.

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