This category includes information for individuals and employers related to applying, receiving, maintaining, and sto...
The division of Workforce Services focuses on job placement and training programs for Tennesseans.
Employers can find the following articles in this section: staffing, tax and insurance, and safety and regulations.
Workplace Regulations and Compliance
The division of Workplace Regulations and Compliance (WRC) oversees a diverse set of programs including: Mine Safety,...
The Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration (TOSHA) is committed to helping Tennesseans improve workp...
Bureau of Workers' Compensation
Injured on the job? We help people who are injured at work but have difficulty with their claim, especially if the em...
Tennessee Adult Education provides basic skills upgrades and works with individuals to help them meet their education...
General questions about the Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
- Am I eligible for unemployment?
- How do I apply for Unemployment Insurance?
- How long does it take to process my claim after it is filed?
- While filing my claim, what do I put for my separation reason?
- I’ve already filed for unemployment, what do I need to do next?
- How do I check the status of my claim?
- How do I certify for unemployment? Weekly Certification Video
- Will I be required to complete three (3) job searches for weekly certifications beginning October 2020?
- If I am self-employed, how do I submit my missing wage information?
- The federal government has passed laws that provide additional Unemployment Insurance benefits. How do those changes impact Tennesseans?
- Federal Program that Provides Additional $600 in Benefits Ends July 25, 2020
- Will additional unemployment funds be available from the Federal Government to replace the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) that expired on July 25, 2020?
- Electronic Access to Form 1099-G Needed for 2020 Tax Return
- I Need a Job