The Alaska unemployment login page on My.Alaska.gov is for filing a claim as a resident, submitting an application for benefits, and making changes online.
Insurance programs ran by the Department of Labor is dedicated to helping those affected by job loss with obtaining biweekly benefits.
Start out at https://my.alaska.gov/Portal/Profile.aspx and enter the username and password from your Alaska unemployment login credentials.
Problems with your login can be cleared by calling Enterprise Technology Services in administration anytime between Monday to Friday. The hours for the department are 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM in Alaska.
Someone from the Anchorage, Fairbanks, or Juneau office will assist during those hours or you can use the automated tools at the bottom of this page for help.
The purpose of the program is to help those out of work find work through job training and receive temporary payments to pay regular monthly bills. Workforce development funds can help dislocated workers with finding a new job.
Before being issued a Alaska unemployment login to the website, all applicants must seek actively new career opportunities and sign in to report weekly on how their job search is going.
Eligible benefits are sent electronically by direct deposit to checking or savings accounts or to a system approved debit card.
Requirements to receive unemployment benefits include having a gross income in total of $2500.00 over the base period, earned wages by employment since the last period, and be actively seeking a new job.
Base periods run 18 months for every claim. Due to the length of time it can take for benefits to be applied for, you should file immediately online once you are no longer employed.
Have your SSN, proof of citizenship, employment records, and information about your deductible income ready. Former military applicants should also have form DD214 or a copy of it.
Apply 24/7 for insurance with your local claim officer during the week or use your Alaska unemployment login to start the application on the web.