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Wyoming Unemployment Office Locations

Wyoming Unemployment Office Locations

While Wyoming’s unemployment program is primarily online, there are still a number of reasons why someone might need to visit an unemployment office in person.

First and foremost is the job listing database that helps you find a job – which also helps you meet your weekly work search requirement. An in-person visit allows individuals to receive personalized support from staff members. Applying for unemployment benefits can be a complex process, and having the opportunity to speak with an expert and discuss the specifics of one’s situation can be incredibly helpful. This includes getting guidance on how to complete certain forms or applications, learning about job training programs, or simply asking a question.

Additionally, visiting an unemployment office in person can be beneficial for those who may not have access to internet services at home. This can include individuals who may not own a computer or smartphone, or who may have difficulty navigating online systems. By visiting an office in person, individuals can get hands-on support with submitting weekly claims or accessing necessary information.

Services offered at Wyoming Workforce Centers

  • Unemployment filing services
  • Career counseling
  • Telephone access
  • Computer and internet access
  • Certification programs
  • Job listings
  • Veteran service representatives
  • Vocational rehab representatives
  • Job training
  • Resume writing
  • Job interview prep
  • Local hiring events and job fairs
  • Educational services
  • Career and salary trends
  • Unemployment staff representatives, including Spanish (bilingual services are available by appointment)

Wyoming Workforce Center Locations

Name Location Phone
Afton Workforce Services 350 South Washington Suite 5
PO Box 1068
Afton, WY 83110
Casper Workforce Center 444 W Collins Suite 1100
Casper, WY 82601-1308
Cheyenne Workforce Center 5221 Yellowstone Road
West Entrance
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Cody Workforce Center 1026 Blackburn Avenue
Suite 1
Cody, WY 82414-8464
Kemmerer Workforce Center 20 Adaville Road
PO Box 217
Diamondville, WY 83116
Douglas Workforce Center 311 North Russell Ave Suite B
Douglas, WY 82633
Evanston Workforce Center 98 Independence Drive
Evanston, WY 82930
Gillette Workforce Center 551 Running W Dr Suite 100
Gillette, WY 82718
Jackson Workforce Center 155 West Gill Avenue
PO Box 1003
Jackson, WY 83001
Lander Workforce Center 1295 12th Street
Lander, WY 82520
Laramie Workforce Center 3817 Beech St Suite 100
Laramie, WY 82070
Powell Workforce Center North Cheyenne Street
Powell, WY 82435
Rawlins Workforce Center 1703 Edinburgh St
Rawlins, WY 82301
Riverton Workforce Center 422 East Fremont
PO Box 1610
Riverton, WY 82501
Rock Springs Workforce Center 2451 Foothill Blvd Suite 100
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Sheridan Workforce Center 247 Grinnell Plaza Suite 200
Sheridan, WY 82801
Torrington Workforce Center 1610 East M Street
Torrington, WY 82240-3508
Wheatland Workforce Center 1958 W. Mariposa Parkway
Wheatland, WY 82201
Worland Workforce Center 1200 Culbertson Street Suite F
Worland, WY 82401-2920

  1. have the employee sign one or two written warnings before you terminate her.keep these on file. if she doesnt change her work habits afterwards those write-ups should be your defense against paying unemployment insurance.

    • Brian,

      The employer has all the rights to dispute or appeal if they think the employee does not deserve it considering the circumstances under which the employment was terminated.

  2. I have an employee who has called in sick 5 times in two months, and has had alcohol on her breath 3 times in one month. She also calls in because she said she hasn’t had her heart medicine in two months. She has been late 30 times in two months. Do I have to pay her unemployment if I let her go.

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