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Important Notice: 
The CARES Act has been signed into law to provide an additional $600 to eligible recipients of unemployment insurance and a benefit to those not traditionally eligible for unemployment insurance such as self-employed workers, independent contractors, etc.  We have begun the process of planning to implement these vital programs.  However, those benefits are not available at this time as we await finalized guidance from the federal government. Once we receive the federal guidance we will provide regular updates regarding when these benefit programs will be available and what impacted workers need to do to receive them.


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The Kansas Department of Labor provides workers and employers with information and services that are accurate and timely, efficient and effective, fair and impartial. Administered by employees that understand the value and importance of public service to their fellow Kansans.

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2019 Annual Report Now Available

by Audri Smith | Feb 26, 2020

The Kansas Department of Labor's Annual Report for 2019 is now available online. This annual report highlights each division's programs and achievements for the following year.

Read the full report here.

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