Unemployment Benefits is an employer-paid program that provides temporary financial help to qualified workers who lost their jobs through no fault of their own.
Find information on filing wage reports, paying taxes, and registering for and managing your unemployment tax account.
Learn about the programs and numerous resources available to Texas employers and small businesses.
Are you owed wages? The Texas Payday Law requires employers to pay their employees in full, on time, and on scheduled paydays.
Learn how to file a complaint if you believe you have been discriminated against in an employment transaction.
Texas Workforce Commission supports many initiatives for job seekers, employers, students, and teachers across the state.
Learn how to file a child labor complaint. Get details on what type of work a child can or cannot do.
Get to know your Workforce Development Board (Board). Access Board operational guidance and technical assistance and find procurement opportunities.
Help TWC fight unemployment benefits identity ID fraud. Report suspected fraud in any TWC program.
Parents can search for available child care near their home or work, by Zip Code and by the age of their child.
TWC’s Labor Market Information (LMI) department provides many resources to help students, parents and educators with career exploration.
Learn how to avoid scams & schemes. Be aware of unemployment benefit scams and fraudulent phone calls.
Search for Vocational Rehabilitation providers in your area using our locator tool.
The Texas Workforce Commission has partnered with Metrix Learning to help Texans brush up on skills. There are over 5,000 free online courses available 24/7.
Early Childhood Texas provides families with young children easy access to Texas state agency programs, services, and resources.
Find employment through the state. Search online for job openings across Texas.
Learn about careers, find career information, and locate career resources and advice with CareerOneStop.
Get support if you are in need of food and housing, child care, crisis counseling or substance abuse treatment. 2-1-1 Texas is a free and confidential help line.