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
Insurance Fraud: 1 Min
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
Effective July 10, online unemployment claims must be filed by logging into neworks.nebraska.gov.