The following information is from the Louisiana Workforce Commission:
BATON ROUGE, La. - The Louisiana Workforce Commission’s Mobile Workforce Center (MWC) is travelling to parishes recovering from Hurricane Ida to help survivors apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA).
The MWC is a state-of-the-art vehicle equipped with computers, high-speed internet, and other workforce resources to help individuals and businesses get the help they need. LWC staff will be on the bus helping people fill out their application for benefits and answering any questions they might have.
“We know there are still thousands of Louisianians without power right now, who otherwise may not be able to apply for this aid,” said LWC Secretary Ava Cates. “Our team is working tirelessly to ensure people who are displaced right now are able to keep their head above water.”
The schedule for the MWC is below. LWC is working with parish officials to confirm additional dates and locations that do not interfere with emergency response efforts.
- St. John Parish: Sept. 14th – Sept. 15th, 9 AM to 6 PM, River Parishes Community College Reserve Campus, 181 Regala Park Rd, Reserve, LA 70084
- Terrebonne Parish: Sept. 16th – 17th, 9 AM to 6 PM, Sept.18th, 9 AM to 2 PM, St. Luke Baptist Church, 3755 Bayou Black Rd., Houma, LA
- Livingston Parish: Sept. 20th, 9 AM to 6 PM, Albany/Springfield Library, 26941 LA 43, Albany, LA 70711
- Tangipahoa Parish: Sept. 21st, 9 AM to 6 PM, Geaux Jobs Office, 403 Market St., Hammond, LA 70401 •
- St. Helena Parish: Sept. 22nd, 9 AM to 6 PM, Northshore Technical & Community College, Florida Parishes, 7067 Hwy. 10, Greensburg, LA 70441
- St. Charles Parish: Sept. 23rd – 24th, 9 AM to 4 PM, Killona Community Services Center, 201 Hwy 3141, Killona, LA 70057
President Biden granted, and the Department of Labor expedited, a major disaster declaration request for 25 Louisiana parishes. This makes disaster unemployment assistance available to businesses and residents whose employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted as a direct result of Hurricane Ida.
DUA is typically available to anyone, employed or self-employed, who are unable to work or unable to get to work as a result of the disaster. People who qualify for regular unemployment benefits cannot get disaster unemployment.
Anyone in need can also file a DUA claim on LWC’s website or by calling the Benefits Analysis Team at 1-866- 783-5567 from Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.
For answers to frequently asked questions about DUA, please click here.
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American Job Centers (AJC)
In an effort to ensure the health and safety of all members of the public, some AJCs may close due to COVID-19. Please contact your local office for hours of operation and/or closure details. A list can be located at http://www.laworks.net/Downloads/WFD/AJC_Contacts.pdf.
Reemployment Services and Eligibility Assessment (RESEA)
All RESEA Service Point letters will be suspended beginning Monday, March 16, 2020 through Monday, April 13, 2020. Claimants who received RESEA letters on Thursday, March 12, 2020 will need to report to their American Job Center for RESEA compliance by Friday, March 27, 2020. Before reporting, claimants should contact their Job Center for hours and availability.
Important RESEA Information:
If your job center is closed and you cannot comply with RESEA requirements, compliance will be
waived for the current service point letter.
If you cannot comply due to your inability to report to the American Job Center as a result of being sick,
isolated or quarantined, or caring for a sick family member, please do not report to the American Job
Center. Contact your job center to notify staff of your situation. If you are caring for your child/children
due to school closure, please notify staff as well. Your claim will be notated and compliance will be
waived for the current service point letter.
If you have questions regarding your UI Claim, please contact 866-783-5567.
Strategies to Empower People (STEP) and Louisiana Job Employment Training (LaJET)
Participants of the STEP and LaJET programs who are in receipt of a letter or who have an established appointment at an American Job Center/LWC office, are excused from attending their meeting/appointment. For information regarding the status of your benefits, please contact your Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) case worker by phone or email. It is LWCs intent that no one loses benefits due to this emergency situation; however, benefits decisions are determined by DCFS.
If you have questions concerning services provided by your LWC case manager, please contact your local office. A list is available at http://www.laworks.net/Downloads/WFD/AJC_Contacts.pdf
Louisiana Rehabilitation Services (LRS)
LRS Offices are open. Please contact your counselor regarding any upcoming appointments. Contact information for each regional office is available at http://www.laworks.net/WorkforceDev/LRS/LRS_RegionalOffices.asp.
Please note the Baton Rouge Regional Office has moved. The new address is 950 N. 22nd Street, Baton Rouge, LA. 70802.
All Louisiana Workforce Commission sponsored job fairs are postponed until further notice.
Veteran services will continue as normal, please contact the local office in your area to find hours of operations due to COVID-19. A list of offices is available at http://www.laworks.net/Downloads/WFD/Vet_StaffLocations.pdf.
Community Action Agencies (CAA) /Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)
In an effort to ensure the health and safety of all members of the public, some CAAs may close due to COVID-19 or have limited available services. Please contact your local office for hours of operation and/or closure details. A list can be located at http://www.laworks.net/ServiceLocator.asp and selecting Community Services Block Grant in the drop-down menu under Choose by Office Type section.
Rapid Response is a pre-layoff program designed to help companies and their employees experiencing a layoff or closing. The LWC Rapid Response Unit is available for assistance concerning temporary or permanent layoffs due to Covid-19. Email André France at [email protected].
For the Special COVID-19 Blanket Employment Certificates for Minors to work in Louisiana memo, click here.
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Server issues to blame for Louisiana Workforce Commission internet problems
BATON ROUGE - Another issue at the unemployment office blocked people from going online to file for benefits over the weekend. The Louisiana Workforce Commission is calling it a server issue that's out of its control.
This comes about a month after LWC shut down its site for a system upgrade. A notice was posted on the LWC Facebook page Monday afternoon alerting claimants that the HiRE website experienced routing issues over the weekend that prevented some users from being able to file their weekly benefits.
While LWC says the site is now back up and running, the lingering effects are frustrating filers, especially since the issue happened over the weekend and the update detailing what was going on wasn't made available to them until Monday afternoon.
April Butler was caught up in the mess.
"They shouldn't be having all these computer issues," Butler said.
LWC says this weekend is the result of an internet server provider issue that was out of its control. LWC says it's working to make sure these are not issues in the future and the process to prevent them has already started. If you couldn't file on your designated day, the portal is open to all filers starting Wednesday.
LWC also says it is working with a completely new communications team, and it's navigating through a learning curve.
Even with the hiccup, LWC says $28 million in unemployment insurance benefits were made on Monday.
Report a TypoSours: https://www.wbrz.com/news/server-issues-to-blame-for-louisiana-workforce-commission-internet-problems/
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