Welcome to the Delaware Department of Labor! Today is Friday, March, 07, 2014.
A Message from the Secretary
The Honorable John McMahon
The Labor Department's support to the residents and businesses of Delaware, along with this web site, is continually updated to meet the changing needs of all sectors of Delaware's workforce. Many challenges are met daily as the Department utilizes state-of-the-art technology and a well trained customer service oriented staff to better serve and support the needs of all of Delaware's employees and employers.
The Department of Labor and its partner, the Delaware Workforce Investment Board, strive to work together to help Delaware businesses build a strong and successful workforce. Visit the Workforce Investment Board to read about what role the board plays in job development in Delaware.
Under the provisions of current federal law, the EUC program will end and no EUC benefits, regardless of the tier, can be paid for any week after the week ending December 28, 2013.
Individuals will not be eligible for a EUC payment for any week of unemployment after the week ending December 28, 2013 even if you are currently receiving EUC and still have a balance remaining on your EUC claim. It is important to note that if you exhaust all tiers of EUC benefits available to you with a payment for a week of unemployment prior to the week ending December 28, 2013, your EUC payments will end with the earlier week.
- EUC Payments Will Continue To Be Reduced as the Result of the Federal Government’s Sequestration Budget Cuts
- Making Home Affordable Program (MHA)
- EUC Payments to Be Reduced as the Result of the Federal Government’s Sequestration Budget Cuts
- Tier 3 EUC Available Again in April
- 2013 DE Department of Labor 10th Employer Conference
- EUC (Emergency Unemployment Compensation) Program Continued
- Phishing Scam
- EUC (Emergency Unemployment Compensation) Program Scheuled to End
- Tier 3 EUC (Emergency Unemployment Compensation) to End
- Continuation of EUC and EB Approved
- Delaware "Triggers" from 20 Weeks to 13 Weeks of Extended Benefits (EB)