Ready to get back to work?
This section of Worker ReEmployment is based on My Reemployment Plan, a step-by-step guide to helping you get back to work after a lay-off.
You can use this tool to help you through your entire job seeking journey or you can use specific pieces as you need them. So you can get started by moving through all the pages in the website section in order, or you and use the menu to pick and choose what you want to focus on.
My Reemployment Plan was developed by a group of workforce professionals from the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration (ETA) and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA).
Tip: Follow your state's Unemployment Insurance guidelines
Always confirm the unemployment insurance requirements of your state and be sure to follow them closely to avoid benefit disqualifications or overpayments.
If you need to document that you’ve completed some of the actions on this website, we recommend that you take screenshots of the results and save a copy of your work electronically.
- From a desktop or laptop PC: while the results page is open, hit the PrtScr button on your keyboard, then open a new blank word processing document, and paste the screenshot into the document.
- From a desktop or laptop Apple: while the results page is open, press Cmd+Shift+3 together on your keyboard. then open a new blank word processing document, and paste the screenshot into the document.
- From a phone or tablet: use your device's screen capture function and save to your photo or other library.
Remember to save the document in an easily accessible location, with an appropriate file name and date.
Alternatively, you may also print out the results and maintain them in your work search records. Be sure to properly label and date your print documents.Tips for UI beneficiaries