11946 Unemployment Office

Find 11946 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.


New Haven Unemployment Office 560 Ella T Grasso Boulevard New Haven CT 06519 36.7 miles from 11946


New London Unemployment Office 6 Shaws Cove New London CT 06320 39.5 miles from 11946 860-439-7400

Hamden Unemployment Office 37 Marne Street Hamden CT 06514 39.6 miles from 11946 203-859-3200

Bridgeport Unemployment Office 2 Lafayette Square Bridgeport CT 06604 41.0 miles from 11946 203-455-2700

Derby Unemployment Office 33 Elizabeth Street Derby CT 06418 42.9 miles from 11946 203-734-3443

Meriden Unemployment Office 85 West Main Street Meriden CT 06451 48.5 miles from 11946 203-238-3688

Norwich Unemployment Office 113 Salem Turnpike Norwich CT 06360 49.2 miles from 11946 860-859-5600

Stamford Unemployment Office 1642 Bedford Street Stamford CT 06905 54.9 miles from 11946 203-353-1702

Waterbury Unemployment Office 249 Thomaston Avenue Waterbury CT 06702 55.3 miles from 11946 203-437-3380

How are unemployment benefits funded?

The funding for unemployment benefits comes from a combination of federal and state unemployment insurance taxes. The taxes are paid by employers, and they are based on the amount of wages paid to employees. Some government employers and non-profit organizations are exempt from unemployment insurance taxes.

What is the process for applying for unemployment benefits?

Applicants should file for benefits as soon as possible after becoming unemployed. Most states allow applicants to file claims both in person or using an online application, though a follow-up interview is almost always required. Applicants should be prepared to provide basic contact and identity verification documentation, as well as earnings history and an explanation of how they became unemployed.

Can people receive unemployment compensation if their work hours are reduced by their employer?

If an applicant's work hours are reduced to less than full-time through no fault of their own, they may be eligible for unemployment compensation. In these cases, the applicant may only be eligible for a partial benefit.