WorkOnes Open Walk-In Service
All 11 WorkOne Northeast career centers are scheduled to open to walk-in customers beginning the week of July 6. Service is also available by appointment. (See story below.) Hours and days of operation at the centers can be found here. The centers will be closed July 3 in observance of the Fourth of July. People must continue to file for unemployment benefits online here. If you're having difficulty with your claim, here are the possible reasons. Staff at the centers are practicing extensive safety precautions and encouraging customers to also follow certain safety procedures. Because of the safety precautions, walk-in customer capacity will be limited.  We have developed a plan to address the safety of WorkOne Northeast staff and customers. That plan can be found here.

DWD, WorkOne Northeast Host Live UI Facebook Presentation

April 10, 2020
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) and WorkOne Northeast hosted a live Facebook presentation April 8 in which DWD discussed the latest available details on the federal stimulus package (CARES Act) and other topics associated with unemployment.

The hour-long program included information for self-employed individuals and contractors affected by COVID-19, as well as the most commonly asked unemployment questions DWD receives.

A recording of the live event can be accessed at facebook.com/workonenortheast or at facebook.com/indianadwd.
I am a 70-year-old disabled Vietnam combat veteran. I had come to the end of my work career and had nothing to look forward to or to motivate me. WorkOne gave me an alternative to giving up. I fought long and hard, went back to school to update my education, and with the help of WorkOne revived my self-respect and self-confidence. I rediscovered my passion for working and became an assistant manager of an automotive parts store.
John Anderson