Cashion Unemployment Office

Find Cashion Arizona unemployment offices, including state, federal, and department of labor offices. Unemployment offices provide information on unemployment eligibility and status, compensation, and filing weekly unemployment claims or benefits.

Maricopa Workforce Connections-West Valley One-Stop Career Center 1840 North 95th Avenue Phoenix AZ 85037 2.9 miles from Cashion 602-372-4200

Phoenix Workforce Connection One-Stop Career Center û West 3406 North 51st Avenue Phoenix AZ 85031 8.3 miles from Cashion 623-245-6200

Phoenix Workforce Connection û South 4732 South Central Avenue Phoenix AZ 85040 13.1 miles from Cashion 602-534-4732

Phoenix Workforce Connection One-Stop Career Center û North 9801 North 7th Street Phoenix AZ 85020 16.6 miles from Cashion 602-861-0208

Vista Del Camino 7700 East Roosevelt Street Scottsdale AZ 85257 22.2 miles from Cashion 480-312-2323

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community 10005 East Osborn Road Scottsdale AZ 85256 25.2 miles from Cashion

DES Career Center 120 West 1st Avenue Mesa AZ 85210 26.7 miles from Cashion 602-771-6912

Maricopa Workforce Connections 735 North Gilbert Road Gilbert AZ 85234 29.8 miles from Cashion 602-372-9700

Gila River Indian Community 192 Skill Center Road Sacaton AZ 85147 39.6 miles from Cashion 480-963-0902

Arizona Workforce Connection 1015 East Florence Boulevard Casa Grande AZ 85122 50.2 miles from Cashion

What is an Unemployment Office?

An unemployment office, sometimes also called a labor office, serves to increase employment and decrease unemployment among the local workforce. This office acts as a clearinghouse of job opportunities for unemployed workers while also screening applicants and providing benefits for them. An unemployment office also offers education and retraining programs for workers who have been laid off during plant closings.

Unemployment offices oversee the disbursement of benefits. They provide applications, help applicants complete them, verify the information to be submitted, and also oversee the disbursement of unemployment benefits once approved. In addition to in-person visits, most state labor offices allow for the filing of unemployment claims online.