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Oregon Employment Department - Employment Programs for Job Seekers

The Employment Department has useful information about job search resources, job fairs, and apprenticeships. This website also has a link to the iMatchSkills job-matching tool.

Recursos de incendios forestales y desastres

Recursos para los afectados por incendios forestales y otros desastres naturales en Oregon.

Think You Can't Get Unemployment Benefits in Oregon? Now You Can!

There is a new unemployment program for Oregonians who are working less or not at all because of COVID-19.

Unemployment Insurance Compensation

Information about unemployment benefits in Oregon.

Online Claim System for Unemployment Benefits

Online tools and general information about filing for unemployment benefits online.

Unemployment Insurance Contact Centers

Regional offices to contact for unemployment insurance information.

How to Ask for a Postponement of Your Unemployment Hearing

The Oregon Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) may postpone your hearing if you have contacted the Oregon Public Benefits Hotline, Legal Aid or the Oregon Law Center to help you find an attorney for your unemployment hearing. Find out more here.

Unemployment Insurance - Rights of Review

Link to information from the Oregon Employment Department on how to request a review if you missed your unemployment insurance hearing and want to have the original decision reviewed.

Unemployment Overpayments and Waivers

Self-help information about responding to Oregon unemployment overpayments and requesting overpayment waivers.

Have your PUA benefits stopped because you didn’t provide “proof of employment,” or because OED rejected your “proof of employment”?

Have your PUA benefits stopped because you didn’t provide “proof of employment,” or because OED rejected your “proof of employment”? You have until September 4, 2021 to submit adequate POE. Around June 22, you should receive an email telling you about this new due date and what to do. If you do NOT submit proof of employment by September 4, 2021, you’ll owe an overpayment for the benefits you were paid after December 27, 2020. An overpayment means you will have to pay back the benefits you received. OED’s online POE tool can help you figure out what you can use for proof of employment. See below for more information about this issue and OLC’s lawsuit about it.

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