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DEO assists the Governor in advancing Florida’s economy by championing the state’s economic development vision and by administering state and federal programs and initiatives to help visitors, citizens, businesses, and communities.
Have you been impacted by efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the state of Florida? File your Reemployment Assistance Claim through CONNECT, Florida’s online Reemployment Assistance System. Also, visit the Frequently Asked Questions for information about resetting your PIN or documents you may need to file your claim. For more information, see the helpful links below.
- CARES Act Benefits and Implementation
- Claimants with an existing CONNECT Account
- Reemployment Assistance Resource Guide COVID-19
- Reemployment Assistance Help Center
- View All Available Jobs
DEO works diligently after disasters to provide needed assistance to Florida workers, businesses and communities. Recovery efforts are continuing for Hurricanes Matthew, Hermine, Irma and Michael.
Florida law requires Reemployment Assistance claimants, unless otherwise exempt, to complete the work registration process in Employ Florida prior to requesting benefit payments. Employ Florida is a valuable resource that can assist you in securing employment and connect you with other resources.
Apply for Benefits
Reemployment assistance benefits, formerly known as unemployment compensation, can be filed online using CONNECT.
Request Benefit Payment
After applying for benefits, you need to request benefit payment in CONNECT on a biweekly basis.
To claim your weeks, click here to log-in to the CONNECT system and be sure to follow the steps included in the step-by-step guide here.
Your claim will be reviewed for potential issues such as your job separation, your availability, or ability to work; this is called the adjudication process.
File an Appeal
If a determination is made to deny benefits, you may request an administrative hearing conducted by an appeal referee.
Benefits are a taxable income. You can elect to withhold 10% of your weekly benefit income to cover your taxes due to the IRS.
Identity Theft and Fraud
Reemployment assistance fraud is any false statements or failure to disclose a material fact, knowingly made for the purpose of obtaining or preventing payment of benefits contrary to the provisions of law.
Overpayments that have not been referred to a collection agency can be repaid to the department either by check/money order or by credit card. Non-fraud overpayments may be the result of oversight, misunderstanding, technical errors, redetermination, adjudication, appeals decisions, RAAC orders, court decisions or other mitigating circumstances. Please view Federal Overpayment Waiver Form Guide.
A collection of the most frequently asked questions to help assist and guide you through the reemployment assistance program.
The informational videos page was created to answer common questions and cover procedural information on all areas of the reemployment assistance program.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act, signed into law on March 27, 2020, expands Reemployment Assistance benefits to eligible Floridians.
CONNECT is Florida’s Reemployment Assistance claims system. CONNECT is accessed by different parties using the appropriate login areas.
A collection of words and their definitions that you are likely to hear and read upon while participating in the Reemployment Assistance program.
Download reemployment assistance form in English, Spanish and Haitian Creole.
Learn more about Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA), Short-Time Compensation (STC), Unemployment Compensation for Ex-Service Members (UCX) and Federal Civilian Employees (UCFE) programs.
It is not necessary to use friends or family members for interpretive services. DEO offers assistance to people who do not speak English as their primary language and those who have a limited ability to read, speak, write, or understand English. We also provide assistance to people who are unable to file a claim for various reasons. To speak to a Creole or Spanish speaker or use translation services, call the Customer Service Contact Center: 1-833-FL-APPLY (1-833-352-7759) Mon. – Fri. 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
People who need assistance filing a claim online because of legal reasons, computer illiteracy, language barriers, or disabilities may call: 1-833-FL-APPLY (1-833-352-7759).
General Contact Information
Department of Economic Opportunity
107 East Madison Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-4120
You may also call the main department phone line at 850-245-7105.