Welcome to the Jobcase resource round-up for unemployment in Rhode Island. If you are here, you are probably trying to figure out your unemployment benefits so you can stay afloat during this challenging time. Applying for unemployment benefits can be complicated, so we put together these resources to help!
The Department of Labor and Training for Rhode Island (DLT) runs the state’s Unemployment Insurance (UI) program.
The fastest way to file a claim is online, you can do so here.
You can also file for unemployment benefits or get help with your application by calling the TeleClaim Center. Contact them at 401-243-9100 to file a new claim or refile your claim during normal business hours. For Workshare claims, call 401-462-8418 For Interstate claims out of state, call 866-557-0001 TTY via RI Relay 711
To apply for unemployment, you need to provide personal information including -Your Social Security number -The names, addresses, phone numbers, and dates of employment for all employers where you have worked in the last 18 months. -The name and local number of your labor union or hiring hall, if applicable. -Your alien registration number if applicable. -The names, social security numbers and dates of birth of all dependent children -Your driver’s license or state issued ID number -Your bank account and routing number (if you choose direct deposit as your payment option).
Good luck, we're here to help! Information is changing quickly. Please consult the state's applicable website provided above to be sure the information is valid.