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Gwinnett County GA Career Center

Where is the Gwinnett County GA Career Center located?

2211 Beaver Ruin Road
Suite 160
Norcross, GA 30071-3328
(770) 840-2200
(770) 613-4843 FAX
(770) 840-2258 TTY

Have you lost your job and now looking to apply for unemployment Benefits at a local

Georgia Department of Labor Career Center Office?

The Georgia Department Of Labor has made it very easy for you to file your claim for unemployment benefits. As long as you have lost your job through no fault of your own you can file your claim for unemployment benefits. If you have a phone or computer with an internet connection you can easily file your claim for benefits, with no need to visit your local unemployment or career center office. If you have questions about your claim you can contact your Georgia Department of Labor Benefit manager by phone or email.

Georgia Department of Labor Phone Number: (770) 840-2200 

Contact Email: https://dol.georgia.gov/email-us

Atlanta | Georgia Department of Labor

223 Courtland St. N.E.. Suite 200.

Atlanta, GA 30303.

IF you need help finding a job, Georgia Department Of Labor Career Resource Center offices provides great Job Search assistance in helping you to write your resume, interview skills, job fair schedules, education and training. 

How Do I Qualify For Georgia Department Of Labor Unemployment Assistance?

You can qualify if you have lost your job through no fault of your own and looking for another job, have a recall to your job within 6 weeks of the last day worked, or in an approved training program. 

What Assistance Can I Get On GA Department OF Labor Website?

On the Georgia Department Of Labor Website you can Get Assistance with your claim, Submit your Work Search, Claim your Weekly Benefit Payments or File your Unemployment Insurance Claim.

How Do I Get My Georgia Unemployment Benefit Payments? 

Once you file your GA unemployment benefit claim, you will be required to certify your eligibility for each week in order to claim your benefit payment. You will also need to submit your work search for each week of benefits claimed – you must be searching for a job while getting benefits. You can claim your benefits using the GA Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system, on your computer or phone over the Internet, or in person at a GDOL Career Center. Your benefits can be deposited directly in your bank account or Georgia Unemployment Insurance (UI) Way2Go Debit MasterCard®.

How Long Can I Get Georgia Unemployment Benefits?

Georgia Georgia Department Of Labor regulations allow you to claim your unemployment benefits up to a maximum of 26 weeks. You can receive a weekly benefit amount ranging from $55 to $365 per week, based on your earnings at your last job.

How Do I Contact Georgia Department of Labor?

Georgia Department of Labor Phone Number:

404-232-3001

Contact Email: https://dol.georgia.gov/email-us

Georgia Department Of Labor

georgia-unemployment-mapAt Georgia Department Of Labor Unemployment Career Center Offices you can get assistance in filing your claim for unemployment insurance benefits. These benefits are available to you if your have become unemployed through no fault of your own. Keep in mind that benefits are established by Federal law and you have the right to apply for unemployment if you have lost your job.

Gwinnett County Career Center
2211 Beaver Ruin Road
Suite 160
Norcross, GA 30071-3328
(770) 840-2200
(770) 613-4843 FAX
(770) 840-2258 TTY

My experience at Gwinnett County GA unemployment office – Scarlet:  The security guard and the woman at red drop box were extreamly rude to my self and other clients.One man stated that he needed his 7 year work history and she kept saying ” put it in the box and have a seat” it took another rep to advise him that he needs to go to another office When he asked for address she and security became annoyed….

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