The Delaware Department of Labor connects people to jobs, resources, monetary benefits, workplace protections and labor market information to promote financial independence, workplace justice and a strong economy.
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Looking for resources to help you change careers? Need information about employment discrimination or state workers’ compensation laws, rules and regulations? Explore the options below for more details on all of our worker services.Learn More
Looking to file an unemployment insurance claim? Not currently working but able to work? Explore the options below for more details on all of our claimant services.Learn More
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Looking to File an Unemployment Claim?
Looking for information about Unemployment Insurance Claims? This section contains useful information for claimants about how to file a claim and also many of the other services offered by the Delaware Department of Labor.
Whether you're looking for that perfect job, that perfect employee or information on an industry or workforce, Delaware JobLink is for you.
Labor Law Enforcement
The Office of Labor Law Enforcement serves to ensure fair and equitable treatment in the workplace by enforcing or administering 21 state and federal labor laws...
The Office of Anti-Discrimination enforces laws against employment discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation...
The Office of Worker’s Compensation administers and enforces state laws, rules and regulation regarding industrialaccidents and illnesses.
Looking for information about Unemployment Insurance Claims? This section contains useful information for Employers and Claimants. Click on the Information menu on the left ...
Here, you will be able to register your business with the Division of Revenue, the Division of Unemployment Insurance and the Office of Workers Compensation.