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The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) has created tutorials detailing how to request weekly payments.
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 amendments to Chapter 300-2-4 of the Rules of the Employment Security Law regarding Unemployment Insurance Benefit Payments.
Individuals may now visit the My UI Portal to view claim and payment status.
Emergency amendments to Chapter 300-2 of the Rules of the Employment Security Law and Chapter 300-7-3 of the Rules of Inspection.
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.
The Georgia Department Labor is an authorized Ticket to Work Employment Network Provider.
The 2020 Annual UI Tax Rate Notices are now available on the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) Employer Portal.
Employers and claimants can now file appeals on unemployment insurance claims online.
House Bill (HB) 373 was signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp on May 11, 2019, changing certain provisions of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.) Title 34, Chapter 8. The following law changes are effective July 1, 2019.