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DES User Login - Login To Your Account


You must Logout when you are finished using the NC DES website prior to closing the browser window. This will protect your personal information if you are  ...

NC - UI Benefits Claim Application - DES


Unemployment Insurance (UI) Benefits Claim Application. In the process of filing a claim you will be providing your SSN, Name, Address, Contact, and other ...



Raleigh - The Division of Employment Security (DES) has begun to collect unpaid unemployment insurance taxes from employers through a federal program ...

Contact DES


For questions regarding benefits and assistance with Unemployment Insurance ... about DES and the unemployment insurance program in North Carolina.

DES NC Individual Services: Estimate of Benefits


Information for job seekers and unemployed workers in North Carolina. Unemployment Taxes. Unemployment ... Estimate of Unemployment Insurance Benefits ...

Apply for a North Carolina Unemployment Tax Number


Upon completion of this application, your status under section 96-1(b) or 96-9.1 of the Employment Security Law of North Carolina may be determined online.

North Carolina Unemployment Information – Benefits, Eligibility etc ...


North Carolina UC (Unemployment Compensation) benefits provide temporary compensation to individuals who fulfill all the eligibility requirements of North ...

NCWorks Online


NCWorks Online - Complete set of employment tools for job seekers in North Carolina. ... Find a NCWorks Career Center · NC Veteran Services · Unemployment ...

Collecting Unemployment Benefits in North Carolina | Nolo.com


In North Carolina -- as in every other state -- employees who are temporarily out of work through no fault of their own may qualify for unemployment benefits.

North Carolina Unemployment Insurance | Benefits.gov


Unemployment insurance benefits provide temporary financial assistance to workers unemployed through no fault of their own that meet North Carolina's ...

North Carolina currently has an unemployment rate of 5.5% (preliminary) in February 2016.