Heartland Workforce Solutions streamlines the process of getting employers connected to the right people for the right job. We can assist employers with many initiatives, including future workforce and employee pipeline development.
Yes, specialized, priority employment services are extended to those in the U.S. Armed Forces. All veterans are eligible for priority service, including, but not limited to, those returning from active duty, the disabled, or those retiring from the military. A veteran representative at Heartland Workforce Solutions can help you navigate the system and connect you to the programs that will best serve your needs.
Heartland Workforce Solutions has a wide variety of services available for adults, dislocated workers, veterans and youth. Services include assistance with resume and cover letter writing, re-employment services, on-the-job training, educational opportunities, job fairs, workshops and much more.
Yes! Most job postings are available online. You can browse the NE works job postings or use other popular online job search tools like Indeed from your home, the library or at the Heartland Workforce Solutions American Job Center.
Help is available in person at Heartland Workforce Solutions American Job Center. Career seekers can also access job postings and resources online through our resource library or the NE works website.
You can file a claim for unemployment benefits online through the NEworks website or contact the Nebraska Department of Labor.
If you don’t have a computer, you can visit Heartland Workforce Solutions where there are computers available and staff to help you. Click here for Heartland Workforce Solutions address and phone number.
If you have questions regarding your eligibility, or you are unable to file your claim using the online system, please call the Nebraska Claims Center at 402-458-2500.