Report Unemployment Insurance Fraud

The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) needs your help preventing UI fraud and abuse.

CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) ACT

Overview of the CARES ACT from the Georgia Department of Labor.

Reset Your PIN

If you filed an unemployment claim or an employer filed a claim on your behalf and you have received notice that it has been processed by the Georgia Department of Labor, you may now reset your Unemployment Insurance (UI) personal identification number (PIN).

NEW Information for filing for unemployment, mandatory filing by employers for partial claims, and reemployment services

In response to the recent development of COVID-19, the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) is temporarily suspending in-person requirements for services provided by the agency.

Emergency Rules Adopted 03-26-20

Emergency amendments to Chapter 300-2-4 of the Rules of the Employment Security Law regarding Unemployment Insurance Benefit Payments.

What To Do After Your Claim Is Filed

Information for unemployment benefit claimants filed by employers or individuals.

Check My UI Claim Status

Individuals may now visit the My UI Portal to view claim and payment status.

Emergency Rules Adopted 03-19-20

Emergency amendments to Chapter 300-2 of the Rules of the Employment Security Law and Chapter 300-7-3 of the Rules of Inspection.

GDOL Career Centers Processing Claims but Temporarily Closed to the Public

For the protection of employees and customers, the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) is temporarily closing its career centers to the public beginning Wednesday, March 18.

Form 1099-G Tax Information

Unemployment compensation is taxable income and must be reported each year even if you have repaid some or all of the benefits received.