Layoff / Closure Report
Early intervention services designed to assist employees transition back to work. Rapid Response meetings are informational workshops offered to employers and employees in the event of a closure or layoff.
Rapid Response is often a worker's first opportunity to learn about reemployment and training programs.
Information for employers and employees regarding the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN). Listing of WARN notices issued by Nebraska.
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA):
Trade Adjustment Assistance was designed to help workers become reemployed when jobs are lost due to foreign trade.
If you have been laid off and would like to learn more about programs you may be eligible for, please contact or visit your local Workforce Development Career Center.
Financial Choices After Job Loss:
This PDF containg tips on how to keep your finances on the right track during unemployment and how to ask the right questions about your employer's benefit plan.
New Work Search Log
Effective March 15: If you receive unemployment benefits and are required to complete a work search log, you may log your work search contacts as soon as you make them, before you file your weekly claim. You can no longer record your contacts AFTER you complete your weekly claim for benefits.
April Unemployment Rates
Next Release Date:
May Data June 21 at 9:00 AM