NEworks will be unavailable due to a scheduled system upgrade beginning Monday, November 29 at 7 PM CST until Monday, December 6.
We are upgrading employer online services and moving all Unemployment Insurance functions currently completed to NEworks.nebraska.gov. Beginning in December, employers will pay unemployment taxes and file quarterly reports in NEworks, along with posting jobs, recruiting workers and more.
Cyber criminals have created spoofed websites to collect personal and financial data from US victims. These spoofed websites imitate the appearance of and can be easily mistaken for legitimate websites offering unemployment benefits.
Unemployment benefits are for workers who are unemployed or working reduced hours due to no fault of their own, and who are actively seeking work. Workers who decline job offers for the purpose of collecting unemployment benefits should be reported to NDOL.UIworkrefusal@nebraska.gov.
Check out resources offered by our job centers, including reemployment assistance, training opportunities, unemployment benefits help and career planning.
Find answers to your unemployment insurance questions and learn about eligibility for benefits and additional programs for unemployed individuals.
Whether you are looking for workers or need assistance with training, unemployment insurance, avoiding layoffs, or workplace safety, we can help. Explore our resources and learn how we can serve your business.
Find answers to labor law questions, the Contractor Registration portal, a wage complaint form and legal resources such as statutes and regulations.
Need in-depth information on the labor market in your area? Use the Labor Market Information section on NEworks to explore data on industries, occupations, unemployment, labor availability and more.
NEworks.nebraska.gov integrates job openings posted by Nebraska companies with those found on other online job sites. Find jobs, file unemployment claims, find talent, or research the labor market on one convenient platform.
Explore legal resources such as statutes, regulations, guidance documents, and administrative code, as well as annual reports and other publications.
Stay up-to-date on the latest announcements and news, including employment statistics, new initiatives and programs.