How do I get through to unemployment WA?

How do I get through to unemployment WA?

Washington State Unemployment customer service phone number is 1-800-318-6022. Live customer service representatives from Washington State Unemployment are available from 8am to 4pm Monday-Friday, Saturday-Sunday closed. For Agency headquarters you need to dial 1-360-902-9500.

Is there a delay in Washington state unemployment?

Weekly benefit payments will be delayed slightly due to holiday closures that may affect banking institutions. You can still apply for benefits, submit weekly claims or get answers to common questions online 24 hours a day, seven days a week using eServices.

How long does it take WA unemployment to make a decision?

Most unemployment-insurance applicants receive benefit checks or a decision explaining why they are not eligible within three weeks of their initial application. A small percentage of claims requires additional fact-finding, or “adjudication,” to determine if the individual is eligible for benefits.

How long does unemployment adjudication take in Washington?

Normally adjudication takes 21 days, but the high number of applications has extended that wait by several weeks.

How do I talk to an EI representative?

Contact Service Canada

  1. Click the Service Canada website.
  2. Call 1 800 O-Canada (1-800-622-6232)
  3. TTY: 1-800-926-9105.
  4. Visit a Service Canada Centre.

What’s the biggest problem in most offices today?

Lack of integrity Everyone wants to be successful in their career and will do anything to get ahead. For example, they could cut corners, omit information, lie and steal, or deceive others. These practices destroy the trust between people and, without trust, the business cannot compete effectively and it will fail.

What’s the most difficult part of your job?

How to answer “What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced in work?”

  • Consider previous challenges you’ve faced.
  • Tailor your answer to the job description.
  • Be specific about why they were challenges.
  • Be honest.
  • Make sure your answers present you in a positive light.
  • Use nonprofessional examples if necessary.