The Louisiana unemployment login page on the LouisianaWorks.net website is for filing a loss of job claim online in the state through the HiRE file system.
HiRE stands for Helping Individuals Reach Employment and helps workers find the latest job openings, file or manage a claim or post their resume.
Those affected by a job loss can begin the intro at https://www.louisianaworks.net/hire/loginintro.asp and enter a user name and password to begin setting up a profile or complete a claim already started.
Guess access on HiRE is permitted to see how the system works without setting up an account. If you have registered and forgot your password, contact the Louisiana Workforce Commission help desk for assistance.
LWC’s support center can be contacted at 1-866-783-5567 from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Monday to Friday, Central Standard Time. Outside of these hours you can use the resources found at the bottom of this page for help retrieving your username or password.
There are four account types that use the Louisiana unemployment login to process claims. Individuals, employers, analyst, or providers. During registration you can select the type of account you are applying for.
The most common type is for individuals. Individuals looking for a job can search for the newest career openings, manage unemployment claims, get consultation for career guidance, and find local training and education programs.
Once you sign in to perform one of these functions on HiRE don’t let your session time out or you will have to log in online again. Keep your sessions under 20 minutes to prevent this from happening.
The system is self service for job seekers. Once you login go to your HiRE account and file a claim, register for work, and updated your resume. Examples of ways to complete this section is found at career services in your dashboard.
Those qualified for the following programs should consult their local unemployment specialist before setting up their Louisiana unemployment login; Disability Program Navigator Initiative, Career Planning Guidance, Louisiana Youth Works, and Apprenticeships.