Topeka KS Unemployment Career Center Office – KANSASWORKS provide individuals seeking employment all the latest tools to find and keep that special job. Employers will find assistance in recruiting new employees including a national job listing network, applicant screening, and space in the centers to conduct testing and employment interview.
How soon should I file for Kansas unemployment insurance benefits?
You should file for your UI benefits as soon as you become unemployed
If you wait, you may not receive benefits for the period you wait.
What is the best way to file for Kansas Unemployment insurance benefits?
The best way to file for your Kansas UI benefits is online or by phone?
What information do I need to file for Kansas unemployment Insurance benefits?
The information needed to file your KS UI benefits includes:
Your Social Security number
You mailing address and PO Box if you use one
Your phone number
Your last employer name and mailing from last paystub.
The date you began and stopped working for the last 18 months
Your county information
Your driver’s license number
For non citizens – your employment authorization number and expiration date.
If active duty military within the past 18 months, your DD-214, Member #4 form
If federal employee, your Standard Form SF-50 or pay stub
Information on separation or vacation pay, you will receive in the future.
What is the maximum Unemployment Benefit I can Get in Kansas
Your Kansas UI benefit amount can range between $125 to $503 per week.
You can get from 16 to 26 weeks of Kansas UI benefits.
Your benefit amount will be states in your monetary determination letter.
What happens after I file for my KS unemployment benefits?
After you file your claim you will receive an “Unemployment Insurance Monetary Determination” letter which includes:
The start date of your claim
The amount of wages reported by each employer
Your base period
Your weekly benefit amount
Your total benefit amount
When do I file my weekly claim for KS unemployment benefits?