Work Search Requirement
Unemployment insurance is an income support program that provides workers with temporary benefits until they can find new employment. These benefits are temporary, so DLT is here to help you find your next job opportunity.
All unemployment insurance claimants are required to actively be seeking work. Your work search activities must be documented, and you need to save your documentation for at least one year. While claimants are not asked to submit records to DLT on a weekly basis, your claim may be randomly audited at any time, and at that point you would be required to send DLT records of your work search that will then be verified by DLT. If you don’t provide these records, you may be required to pay back UI benefits received during any of the weeks you didn’t look for work.
DLT provides work search activity log that you can use to keep track of your work search.