Information and Forms
Find helpful articles and resources related to unemployment benefits in the workplace by following the links below.
Surviving a Layoff
A web site designed to help you through a layoff. Learn how to file for unemployment, update your resume and cover letter, adjust your budget until you find a new job, and learn about the various safety nets available to you and your family.
Unemployment Benefits Estimator
A calculator that will help you to estimate the unemployment benefits you may be eligible to receive.
Unemployment Insurance Bi-Weekly Eligibility Requirements
Information about how you remain eligible for unemployment insurance benefits.
Unemployment Insurance if You are a Victim of Domestic Violence, Stalking, or Sexual Assault
Information on unemployment benefits if the reason you quit work or were discharged was because you or your child were a victim of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault.
Farm Workers: Know Your Rights
Know your rights as an agricultural worker and where to go for help if your rights are being violated.
How to File an Unemployment Claim on MontanaWorks (Video)
Watch a 13 minute video that walks you through how to apply for unemployment benefits online.
How to Register for MontanaWorks (Video)
Registering an account with MontanaWorks lets you apply for and access unemployment benefits, look for work, and more.
Montana Unemployment Insurance Hearing Process (Video)
Watch a 20 minute video on how to prepare your case and what to expect during your hearing.
National Farmworkers Jobs Program
The National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) provides job training, employment assistance, and other supportive services to migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their dependents with the goal of helping farmworkers secure full-time employment.
The Unemployment Insurance Appeals Process (FAQ)
Learn about how and when appeals hearings are conducted and tips for preparing for a hearing.
Workplace Fairness is a nonprofit organization helping to preserve and promote employee rights. This web site provides information about job rights and employment issues around the country and in all 50 states.