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CT Unemployment Login: How To Manage Your Claimant Account

    Claimants use the CT Unemployment Login portal to File their weekly claim (Sun – Fri only), Check status of weekly claim or manage their accounts, Select a benefits payment option, Get tax info (1099G form), File their application for Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) or Extended Benefits (EB)

    Stay with us till the end of this article, and you shall get all your queries and doubts fixed. In this article, we will try to cover almost everything possible about  Connecticut Department of Labor that you need to know about. So, stay tuned, and let’s begin!

    What Is Connecticut Department of Labor?

    Connecticut Department of Labor is committed to protecting and promoting the interests of Connecticut workers. In order to accomplish this in an ever-changing environment, they assist workers and employers to become competitive in the global economy. They take a comprehensive approach to meeting the needs of workers and employers, and the other agencies that serve them.

    Unemployment Help:

    CT Unemployment Login Steps

    In order to manage your CT Unemployment claimant account, you need to be logged into the CT Unemployment login portal with your user ID and password.

    To login, go to State of Connecticut Department of Labor

    Under the current claims section, select check status of weekly claim or manage your account.

    Next step is to enter your login details and click Login

    Connecticut Unemployment Phone Numbers

    File your weekly continued claim: Sunday, 12 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., Eastern Standard Time (E.S.T.)

    File or resume filing your initial (new) claim or reopen your claim: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (E.S.T.)

    All other inquiry options, including employer information, are available 7 days/week, 24 hours/day.

    To ensure the best possible customer service, the following call-in schedule for individuals filing initial or reopened unemployment is now in effect:

    Callers with social security numbers ending in numerals 0 through 4 can call the TeleBenefits “Dial to File” system on Mondays

    Callers with social security numbers ending in numerals 0 through 7 can call the TeleBenefits “Dial to File” system on Tuesdays

    Callers with social security numbers ending in any numeral (0-9) can call the TeleBenefits “Dial to File” system on Wednesdays, Thursdays, AND Fridays

    Call the telephone number listed that is within your local calling area. Directions to the nearest CT Works Career Center located in these areas can be obtained by the calling the number listed below.

    Local Calling AreasTeleBenefits Phone Numbers
    Ansonia(203) 230-4939
    Bridgeport(203) 579-6291
    Bristol(860) 566-5790
    Danbury(203) 797-4150
    Danielson(860) 423-2521
    Enfield(860) 566-5790
    Hamden(203) 230-4939
    Hartford(860) 566-5790
    Manchester(860) 566-5790
    Meriden(860) 344-2993
    Middletown(860) 344-2993
    New Britain(860) 566-5790
    New London(860) 443-2041
    Norwich(860) 443-2041
    Stamford(203) 348-2696
    Torrington(860) 482-5581
    Waterbury(203) 596-4140
    Willimantic(860) 423-2521

    If you live in the Kent, Salisbury, Sharon, North Thompson, Stafford Springs, Westport or Wilton exchange, you may call the following toll-free number:  1-800-354-3305. This number is NOT accessible statewide.

    TDD/TTY Users Call: 1-800-842-9710 – This is a relay service that can connect you to the numbers listed above in order to file your claim by telephone.

    TeleBenefits Phone Number – Out of State Calling Area: 1-800-942-6653

    Conclusion On CT Unemployment Login

    That is all we have to write about CT Unemployment Login, if you want to learn more, need more clarification or having difficulties accessing your account feel free to contact us or drop a comment in the comment box below, we will keep in touch with you as soon as we can. Thanks.

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