Spooner WI Unemployment Career Center Office

Spooner Job CenterDouglas County

Spooner Job Center
522 Service Road
Spooner, WI 54801
Telephone: 715-718-4840
TDD/TTY: 711
Resume Assistance,
Job Seeker Resource Rooms
Computer Access & Staff Assistance
Job Seekers Workshops
Interview Techniques

The Spooner WI Unemployment Career Center Office is a part of the Workforce Resource, a non-profit organization that provides employment and training services to job seekers and employers in Wisconsin. The office is located at 522 Service Road, Spooner, WI 54801. You can contact the office by phone at 715-718-4840 or by email at monahanj@workforceresource.org. The office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

The Spooner WI Unemployment Career Center Office can help you with various services, such as:

  • Applying for unemployment benefits and finding out your eligibility and rights.
  • Registering with the Wisconsin Job Center and accessing online job boards and resources.
  • Getting assistance with resume writing, cover letter writing, and job search strategies.
  • Participating in workshops, trainings, and career fairs.
  • Connecting with employers and finding job opportunities that match your skills and interests.

How do I qualify for Unemployment Insurance benefits in Wisconsin?

To qualify for WI UI benefits you must:

  • Have earned sufficient wages 12 to 18 months prior to filing.
  • Have lost your job through no fault of your own
  • Be able to and available for work (mentally and physically).
  • Be Legally authorized to work 
  • Be available to accept new work

What information do I need to apply for WI Unemployment insurance benefits?

To apply for WI UI benefits you will need to provide:

  • For filing online, a username and password.
  • Your current address
  • A valid email or phone number
  • Your social security number
  • Your WI driver license or ID number
  • Your work history for the last 18 months with employer information
  • The first and last dates of work with each employer.
  • The separation reason for leaving each employer.
  • If not a U.S. citizen, your alien registration number, document number and expiration date.
  • If you served in the military in the last 18 months, Form DD-214 (Member 4 copy).
  • Form SF-50 or SF-8, if you are a federal civilian employee
  • If union member, the name and local number of your union hall

How do I file for Unemployment Insurance benefits in WI?

Filing for WI UI benefits:

What is the Maximum UI benefit I can receive in WI?

  • You can get from $54, to a maximum of $363 weekly in WI unemployment insurance benefits. 
  • Wisconsin will provide up to 26 weeks in UI benefits. 

What services are available to help me get employed while getting WI UI benefits?

Wisconsin Directory of Workforce Services has many local Job Centers which provides re-employment services such as: 

  • Virtual Workshops
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Career Exploration
  • Re-employment Services
  • Labor Market Information
  • Resources for Employers and Job Seekers
  • Job Seeker Resource Rooms
  • Computer Access and Staff Assistance
  • Job Seekers Workshops
  • Resume Assistance,
  • Interview Techniques
  • Work Search Skills
  • Technical Assistance and
  • Liaison Services to Employers and Job Seekers
  • Recruitment and Workforce Retention Planning

How can I contact Wisconsin Directory of Workforce Services? 

DWD Contact Information

201 E. Washington Ave
P.O. Box 7946
Madison, WI 53707
(608) 266-3131

Phone: (888) 258-9966
Email: JobCenterofWisconsin@dwd.wi.gov

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation 

 Email: dvr@dwd.wisconsin.gov
 Phone: (715) 392-7896
 Website: Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Veteran Employment Representative: 

 Email: Thomas.Casey@dwd.wisconsin.gov
 Phone: (715) 817-5925
 Website: Wisc Jobs for Vets

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