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N.J. unemployed can file for benefits on internet to reduce waiting time

N.J. unemployed can file for benefits on internet to reduce waiting time

Unemployment website now open on Sundays

New Jerseyans collecting unemployment may now receive their benefits one day earlier in the week, if they use the newly expanded website services of the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

There are 407,000 people jobless in New Jersey and those who are receiving unemployment insurance benefits are required to file certifications every two weeks, may now file via the department website on Sundays, between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., instead of waiting until Monday or Tuesday, the Labor Department announced Monday. The expanded website certification will begin Sunday.

"Our goal is to assist New Jersey workers as quickly and efficiently as we can," Labor Commissioner Harold J. Wirths said. “Internet filing is fast and easy, and our expanded hours will make filing more convenient for our claimants.”

 

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