The Nebraska Department of Labor (NDOL) is committed to assuring compliance with all requirements for unemployment insurance by fostering a culture of integrity. Whether you are an employer, worker, or citizen of Nebraska, everyone has a role in protecting the integrity of the Unemployment Insurance program.
Anyone who receives unemployment benefits or pays a lower unemployment tax rate based on false information that they intentionally provide to the NDOL is committing fraud. Unemployment insurance fraud is a crime and is punishable by law.
Insurance Fraud: 30 Sec
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Examples of claimant/worker fraud include:
Consequences of claimant unemployment insurance fraud may include:
Examples of employer fraud include:
An employer who deliberately violates or attempts to violate the Nebraska Employment Security Law regarding the transfer of employer experience accounts may be required to:
Nebraska Employer Prevention of
Improper Unemployment Payments
Benefit Payment Issue
Some Unemployment Insurance claimants who receive benefits via direct deposit may find that payments did not process on Friday, due to an unintended error made by US Bank during a system upgrade that occurred last week.
Unempl. Benefits Change
Coming August 7: All claims except claims involving wages paid by the military or the federal government or wages earned in other states should be filed online unless you need a special accommodation or technical assistance. Call the Claims Center if you are unable to complete your claim online.
The Good Life for Veterans
The Good Life for Veterans recruiting campaign is focused on meeting Nebraska's workforce needs through attracting military veterans and their families from other states to move to Nebraska.
NE Nebraska Labor Study
The Nebraska Departments of Economic Development and Labor announced findings from the Northeast Nebraska Labor Availability Study. Survey results show an estimated 116,500 potential job seekers in the area.