Employment Security, Department of

 

 

http://www.ides.illinois.gov/
Employment Security, Department of
The Department of Employment Security is the premier provider of workforce services in Illinois. IDES supports economic growth and stability in Illinois by providing Employment Services to Illinois residents and employers, analyzing and disseminating essential Labor Market Information, and administering Unemployment Insurance programs.
(800) 244-5631
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https://www2.illinois.gov/government/resources-records/IDES/unemployment-statistics
Find Unemployment Statistics
​The Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) program develops monthly and annual estimates of the labor force, employed, unemployed and the unemployment rate for the State, metropolitan areas, counties and municipalities that have a population of at least 25,000.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDES/report-new-hires
Report New Hires / Employees
Under the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Act, employers have certain obligations.
https://www2.illinois.gov/employment/employee-rights/IDES/employment-veterans
Find Employment Services for Veterans
Assisting veterans in finding gainful employment is a top priority at IDES.  Our staff provides veterans with priority of service for employment services (does not apply to unemployment insurance).  In addition, we have nearly 40 offices located throughout Illinois with Employment Specialists available to provide a full array of services to assist veterans.
https://www2.illinois.gov/employment/find-jobs/IDES/file-unemployment-taxes
File Unemployment Insurance Taxes
Starting September 2017, employers will be able to use MyTax Illinois for their unemployment insurance monthly wage reporting, quarterly unemployment insurance report filing, and the contribution payment process.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDES/post-job
Post Job Openings
To post jobs at your company, go to illinoisjoblink.com.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-employees/IDES/career-labor-information
Find Career & Labor Market Information
The Illinois Virtual Labor Market Information System interactively delivers labor market and occupational information and resources, such as local area profiles, industry employment trends, largest employers, average wages, population and employment data, available by geographic area including counties, metropolitan areas, and local workforce areas.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-employees/IDES/labor-laws-enforced
Find State Labor Laws Enforced
Make sure you are in compliance when you make a new hire.
https://www2.illinois.gov/employment/employee-rights/IDES/unemployment-benefits
Apply for Unemployment Insurance Benefits
The employment service registration requirement is an existing legal requirement for individuals who have applied for Unemployment Insurance benefits. In Illinois, claimants register with the employment service online at www.IllinoisJobLink.com.
https://www2.illinois.gov/employment/employee-rights/IDES/certify-unemployment-benefits
Certify Weekly Unemployment Benefits
You must certify for your eligibility every two weeks. There are two ways to claim your weeks of unemployment insurance benefits: certify online via the website or by phone using the Tele-Serve system. You can certify for benefits online at http://www.ides.illinois.gov/Pages/Certify_Weekly_Benefits.aspx
https://www2.illinois.gov/employment/find-jobs/IDES/job-fairs
Find Job Fairs
IDES hosts job fairs and hiring events all across Illinois. Find the one nearest to you.
https://www2.illinois.gov/employment/find-jobs/IDES/openings-illinois
Job Openings in Illinois
To find jobs in Illinois, go to illinoisjoblink.com
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDES/labor-information
Find Labor Market Information
The Illinois Virtual Labor Market Information System interactively delivers labor market and occupational information and resources, such as local area profiles, industry employment trends, largest employers, average wages, population and employment data, available by geographic area including counties, metropolitan areas, and local workforce areas.