ATTENTION: The PEUC, PUA, and FPUC programs will end Sept. 4. You can find more information and resources here.

Our new PA CareerLink® website is aimed at serving your specific needs in an accessible approach that helps you find the information and resources you need based on where you are personally, professionally and by location. Check out our quick video introduction to the new site.

ATTENTION EMPLOYERS: USDOL ETA has released TEGL 16-20 which changes the procedural guidance for WOTC applications. Please pay special attention to page 5, (Item C) and page 7, (Employer Appeals). Please note employers must have their EIN registered with our Unemployment Commission to submit WOTC applications. Please direct all questions to our email account: 

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Resources for All Employers

Job Market Data
Find PA job market statistics, facts, and the latest news regarding PA employment
Unemployment Compensation Benefits
Pennsylvania's Unemployment Compensation program, administered by the Department of Labor and Industry, protects workers during job loss by providing temporary income support to people who become unemployed through no fault of their own
Unemployment Compensation Tax and Employer Services
The Unemployment Compensation Tax and Employer UC Services programs manage employer contributions (in the form of quarterly tax payments) that are the primary funding source for UC benefit payments and provide a wide array of services to employers and third-party administrators
Apprenticeship Resources
Learn how your employees can benefit from a registered apprenticeship
Workforce and Compliance-Related Resources for Employers
View compliance-related policies, services, and procedures

Services for Registered Employers

WOTC Program
Discover how the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) helps with the process for hiring individuals from targeted groups while increasing workplace diversity
Federal Bonding
Learn how the federally bonded insurance policy protects against loss for hiring "at risk" hard-to-place job seekers
Incumbent Worker
Learn about trainings provided to a current employee(s) to meet business and employer needs
Industry Partnership
Learn how industry partnerships bring together employers and workers in the same industry

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