New York Unemployment Office Locations
Visiting a NY UI Office In Person
If you are a New Yorker receiving unemployment compensation, you may be required or wish to visit a New York unemployment office in person to take advantage of resources designed to help you find work more quickly.
There are many programs, services, and tools available at Career Center locations, including the following:
Frequently, local businesses use Career Centers as places to conduct interviews or job recruitment. Contact your local Career Center staff to find out when the next event will be held in your area.
Resume Writing Development
Experts in resume writing are available to help you make a resume that best markets your skills to help you land a suitable job.
Counselors can help guide you in the right direction to find a job that matches your skills, needs, and interests. They can help you develop a step-by-step plan to assist you in your work search.
Job Workshops and Clubs
You can attend a New York unemployment job training workshop or join a club that meets to practice job hunting skills like interviewing, networking, resume prep, pay negotiation, budgeting, managing stress, and more.
If you need access to a computer, high-speed internet, phone, fax, or copy machine, New York Career Centers have resource rooms available for unemployment benefit claimants. There is no charge for using any of the equipment to help you with your job search.
Job Boards and Placement Assistance
New York businesses post openings for positions both online and at Career Center job boards. Placement Specialists are also available to assist you with targeting your job search.
Vocational Classroom and On-the-Job Training:
For eligible workers, Career Centers provide short-term training to help prepare them for a long-term career.
Basic Education for Adults and English as a Second Language Classes
Referrals for free classes to help you get a high school equivalency diploma or advance your English speaking skills are available to participants in an unemployment insurance program.
Adaptive Technology and Disability Accommodations
Inform the staff at your local Career Center if you have a disability or require additional resources to help you get the most out of the services available to you. There are adaptive technology devices at your disposal, including text-to-speech software, screen readers, large-print keyboards, TTY text phones, magnifiers, trackballs, and more.
How To Send a Secure Message
If you need to connect with a New York unemployment office or send documents securely, you can do so over the web. You can send a secure message, correspondence, or questionnaire by using your NY.gov account.
First, log in to your account on the labor website, Labor.NY.gov. Then, select the envelope “Messages” icon on the bar at the top of the web page. From there, you can compose a new message. You will need to choose a subject line from a drop-down menu. Be sure to select the option that best matches your reason for contacting New York unemployment.
Be specific and give as many details as possible when writing your message. You can attach documents by using the “Attach File” button. When you are finished writing your message and attaching any relevant files, click the submit button to securely send your correspondence.
New York Office Locations
|NY Unemployment Office||Address||Phone|
|Albany Career Central|| 155 Washington Avenue|
Albany, NY 12210
|Albion Unemployment Office|| 458 West Avenue Suite 3|
Albion, NY 14411
|Amsterdam Workforce Solutions|| 2620 Riverfront Center|
Amsterdam, NY 12010
|Cayuga Works Unemployment Office|| 199 Franklin Street Suite 204|
Auburn, NY 13021
|Saratoga County Career Center|| 152 West High Street|
Ballston Spa, NY 12020
|Genesee County Unemployment Office - Batavia|| 587 East Main Street Suite 100|
Batavia, NY 14020
|Bath Career Center|| 117 East Steuben Street|
Bath, NY 14810
|Allegany County Employment and Training|| 7 Wells Lane|
Belmont, NY 14813
|Bronx Workforce1 Unemployment Office|| 400 East Fordham Rd 8th Floor|
Bronx, NY 10458
|Workforce1 Career Center Bronx - Hunts Point|| 1029 East 163rd Street 3rd Floor|
Bronx, NY 10459
|Brooklyn Workforce 1 Career Center|| 9 Bond Street 5th Floor|
Brooklyn, NY 11201
|Kings County - NY State Unemployment Office|| 250 Schermerhorn Street|
Brooklyn, NY 11201
|St. Nicks Alliance Workforce Development|| 790 Broadway 2nd Floor|
Brooklyn, NY 11206
|718-302-2057 ext. 401|
|Buffalo Downtown - Unemployment Office|| 284 Main Street|
Buffalo, NY 14202
|Buffalo Employment and Training Center|| 77 Goodell Street First Floor|
Buffalo, NY 14203
|Finger Lakes Works - Ontario|| 3010 County Complex Drive|
Canandaigua, NY 14424
|St. Lawrence County Career Center - Canton|| 80 State Highway 310 Suite 8|
Canton, NY 13617-1498
|Putnam Workforce Partnership|| 110 Old Route 6 Building 3|
Donald B. Smith Campus
Carmel, NY 10512
|845-808-1651, ext. 46600|
|Cobleskill Workforce Solutions Center|| 795 E Main St Suite 4|
Cobleskill, NY 12043
|Cortland Works Unemployment Office|| 99 Main Street|
Cortland, NY 13045
|CDO Workforce - Delhi|| 1 Courthouse Square Suite 3|
Delhi, NY 13753
|Chautauqua Works|| 407 Central Avenue|
Dunkirk, NY 14048
|Elizabethtown One Work Source Center|| 7572 Court Street Suite 2|
PO Box 848
Elizabethtown, NY 12932
|Elmhurst Workforce1 Career Center|| 90-02 Queens Blvd 2nd floor|
Elmhurst, NY 11373
|Elmira Unemployment Office, CSS Workforce NY|| Corning Community College Workforce Center|
318 Madison Ave
Elmira, NY 14901
|607-733-7131, Ext. 2112|
|LEAP|| 383 Broadway Suite B010|
Fort Edward, NY 12828
|Oswego County Workforce New York|| 200 North Second Street|
Fulton, NY 13069
|Livingston County Center - Office of Workforce Development|| 6 Court Street Room 105|
Geneseo, NY 14454
|Finger Lakes Works - Geneva|| 795 Canandaigua Road|
Geneva, NY 14456
|Warren County Career Center|| 333 Glen Street, Suite 300|
Glens Falls, NY 12801
|Gloversville Workforce Solutions|| 43-47 North Main Street|
Gloversville, NY 12078
|The Employment Center at Suffolk County Department of Labor|| 725 Veterans Memorial Hwy|
Hauppauge, NY 11788
|HempsteadWorks Unemployment Office|| 50 Clinton Street Suite 400|
Hempstead Executive Plaza
Hempstead, NY 11550
|Herkimer Working Solutions Career Center|| 320 N Prospect Street|
Herkimer, NY 13350
|Hicksville Career Center|| 301 West Old Country Road|
Hicksville, NY 11801
|Hornell Unemployment Office, CSS Workforce NY|| State Office Building|
Hornell, NY 14843
|Columbia Greene Workforce New York|| 4400 Route 23|
Columbia Greene Community College
Professional Academic Center
Hudson, NY 12534
|Hamilton County OneWorkSource Center|| 139 White Birch Lane|
PO Box 725
Indian Lake, NY 12842
|Tompkins Workforce New York Career Center - Ithaca|| 171 East State Street|
Martin Luther King Jr St
Center Ithaca, Suite 241
Ithaca, NY 14850
|Queens Workforce1 Career Center|| 168-25 Jamaica Avenue|
Jamaica, NY 11432
|Workforce1 Industrial & Transportation Career Center|| 168-46 91st Avenue|
Jamaica, NY 11432
|Chautauqua Works|| 4 East 3rd Street|
Jamestown, NY 14701
|Broome-Tioga Workforce New York|| 501 Reynolds Road|
Johnson City, NY 13790
|Ulster County Career Center|| 535 Boices Lane|
Kingston, NY 12401
|Lockport WorkforceOne Center|| 272 South Transit Street|
Lockport, NY 14094
|The Workplace - Lewis County|| 5274 Outer Stowe Street|
PO Box 193
Lowville, NY 13367
|Finger Lakes Works -Wayne|| 1519 Nye Road, Suite 601|
Lyons, NY 14489
|Franklin County OneWorkSource Center|| 158 Finney Boulevard|
Malone, NY 12953
|518-481-5755 or 1-877-410-5751|
|Massapequa Unemployment Office|| 977 Hicksville Road|
Massapequa, NY 11758
|Massena Career Center|| 35 Glenn Street|
Massena, NY 13662
|Orange Works Unemployment Office - Middletown|| 18 Seward Ave, 1st Floor|
Middletown, NY 10940
|Sullivan County Career Center - Monticello|| 50 North Street|
Monticello, NY 12701
|CSS Workforce NY Career Center|| 323 Owego St Unit 11|
Montour Falls, NY 14865
|Lower Manhattan Workforce1 Career Center|| 199 Church St, 3rd Floor|
New York, NY 10013
|NYC Business Solutions Center - Lower Manhattan|| 79 John St, 2nd Floor|
New York, NY 10038
|Upper Manhattan Workforce1 Career Center|| 215 West 125th Street|
New York, NY 10027
|Orange Works Unemployment Office - Newburgh|| 3 Washington Center|
The Maple Bldg 4th Floor
Newburgh, NY 12550
|845-568-5090 or 845-568-5377|
|Niagara|| 1001 Eleventh Street|
Niagara Falls, NY 14301
|CDO Workforce Center - Chenango County|| 1 O'Hara Drive|
Norwich, NY 13815
|Rockland County Career Center|| 131 N. Midland Avenue|
Nyack, NY 10960
|Ogdensburg Career Center|| 1031 Paterson Street|
Ogdensburg, NY 13669
|Cattaraugus Unemployment Office - Olean|| 175 North Union Street|
Olean, NY 14760
|Appointment Only: 716-373-1880 / 716-375-2890|
|CDO Workforce Center|| 12 Dietz Street|
Oneonta, NY 13820
|SUNY ERIE Community College Career Center|| 4041 Southwestern Blvd|
Building 6, Rooms 6201C and 6202
Orchard Park, NY 14127
|716-270-4474 or 4444|
|Tioga Unemployment Office|| 1062 State Route 38|
PO Box 108
Owego, NY 13827
|NYSDOL Career Center - AJC|| 160 South Ocean Ave|
Patchogue, NY 11772-3719
|Finger Lakes Works - Yates|| 417 Liberty St Suite 2051|
Penn Yan, NY 14527
|Wyoming County Community Action|| 6470 Rt 20A, Suite 1|
Perry, NY 14530
|Plattsburgh OneWorkSource Center|| 194 US Oval|
Plattsburgh, NY 12903
|Dutchess One Stop Unemployment Office|| 191 Main Street|
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
|New York State Department of Labor|| 276 Waring Road|
Department of Labor
Rochester, NY 14609
|585-266-7760, ext. 201|
|RochesterWorks Career Center|| 100 College Ave, Suite 200|
Rochester, NY 14607
|Veterans Outreach Center|| 447 South Avenue|
Rochester, NY 14620
|Working Solutions One Stop Center - Rome|| 300 West Dominick Street|
Rome, NY 13440
|Schenectady County Connects|| 797 Broadway|
Schenectady, NY 12305
|CDO Workforce|| 21 Liberty Street|
Sidney Civic Center
Sidney, NY 13838
|Staten Island Workforce1 Unemployment Office|| 120 Stuyvesant Place|
Staten Island, NY 10301
|Rockland County Career Center - Suffern|| 145 College Road|
Brucker Hall 1st Floor
Suffern, NY 10901
|CNY Works Incorporated|| 960 James Street|
Syracuse, NY 13203
|Rensselaer County One Stop Career Center|| 1600 7th Avenue|
Ned Pattison Bldg., 4th Floor
Troy, NY 12180
|Working Solutions Unemployment Office - Utica|| 207 Genesee Street|
NY State Office Bldg, 2nd Floor
Utica, NY 13501
|Madison County Career Center|| 133 N. Court Street|
P.O. Box 609
Wampsville, NY 13163
|Warsaw One-Stop|| 448 North Main Street|
Warsaw, NY 14569
|Finger Lakes Works - Seneca|| One DiPronio Drive|
Waterloo, NY 13165
|The WorkPlace - Jefferson County|| 1000 Coffeen Street|
Watertown, NY 13601
|White Plains Career Center|| 120 Bloomingdale Rd 2nd Floor|
White Plains, NY 10605
|SUNY ERIE Community College Career Center|| 6205 Main Street|
Gleasner Hall, Room 166
Williamsville, NY 14221
|Williamsville Career Center|| 4175 Transit Road|
Williamsville, NY 14221
|Yonkers Career Center|| 28 Wells Avenue|
Bldg. #3, 4th Floor
Yonkers, NY 10701
The system really needs to be dismantled,the computer won’t let me file cause they have my #ss number on file from pandemic,The phone service gives u the complete run around…8 weeks of shaniggans…So piss,smh!
The phone line is always busy,it’s a project to get through,when u do get through they keep sending u to an automation answered phone number that does not help u at all…I can’t believe there is no supervisors ever available or the fact New York State tax payers are paying for this division of service,clearly everyone feels they are clearly stealing from the state cause they don’t do the required work…At all!!! I’ve been out of work since June 27 cause I caught Covid-19’s in the hospital and I can’t get no help,Unbelievable…So sad for New York tax payers!!!
How do I get the number I effective days to 0? I stopped certifying more than a year ago but the number of effective days is still over 80. And I’ve returned to work a long time ago. Do I need to go the the office to resolve this issue? I’ve called numerous times over the phone and there has been no hekp at all.
If feasible and safe, please consider visiting an office in the vicinity.
Hi, I’ve been trying to get my 1099 for many months know and haven’t been able to get it on line or by phone.
Hi, Maria – the state of New Jersey should have mailed you a copy of your 1099, and if they have an email address on file for you, you might also check to see if they sent you an electronic copy. If you still don’t see it, New Jersey 1099-G information will also be available from the Check Claim Status tool (https://tinyurl.com/yc6p3dxd) no later than January 31. It will not be available in your unemployment dashboard.
I was residing in California and had to move to NYS to live with family because California’s Unemployment Insurance system froze all CA residents benefits due to a fraudulent claim scandal. My benefits have been frozen and I am stuck on the ID.Me website to verify my identity as a legitimate claimant. Now that I am with family in NY, where do I begin to sort this mess out? I am able to see my CA claims building, however I cannot access my benefits. Please help! Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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is there an unemployment at 215 W. 125h street in Harlem?
And are they open to the public?
I need to apply for unemployment as soon as possible.
I’ve spent the past 2 days trying to do this online and then tried by phone.
Nothing has worked.
So now i was looking for an office in NYC to come and apply but I cannot find any locations or
I’m not sure what to do now. I lost my job and need unemployment. Please tell me
how to reach the correct office – by phone, by email or in perosn.
if you are denied services what is the best thing to do reapply or a fair hearing? if i reapply will i be able to get credit for my pass week i been unemployed?
If you’re denied and think you need a hearing, please consider filing an “Appeal” where an adjudicator will relook into the matter.
I just had a conversation with the Director of Human Resources in my organization regarding my letter of intention to retire this June, 2019. Due to my entire department getting layed off as of June 30, she recommends that my retirement letter indicate June 30 as my official retirement date, rather than the date I put in the letter. One reason for her recommendation is that because my name will automatically be listed in the group of people being layed off as of June 30 (due to a grant ending as of this date) I am eligible for unemployment benefits. Is this true?
I am not sure how your state treats this situation. Please contact the Unemployment Office for clarification.
I am having difficulty in applying for unemployment I cannot gey past the credit check which I have done at least 3-4 times at a cost of which I presently could not afford I need some help in order to move forward w/my application Please advise
Thanking you in advance
Please call the Claims Center immediately on the phone numbers provided for assistance.
My position is being transferred to a location that requires me to take 2 trains climb several stairs and then walk 6 blocks to the new location. I now drive to work at my present location. I submitted a medical accommodation from my physician due to a severe chronic back condition that requires that I don’t walk long distances or climb stairs which the transfer location will require. I have been working at my current position at the present location for 9 years. The company is not moving. They just plan on transferring my position. Technically its under 50 miles but its in NYC where as now I work in Melville, NY. If they deny my medical accommodation, will I be eligible for unemployment?
Yes, you can be eligible under such circumstances.
Please call the Unemployment Office in your state for further details.
What are locations in Manhattan to apply for
nys unemployment insurance?
You don’t have to really visit an office to file.Please use the link below to file online or by phone.