Employee Support - COVID-19

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Unemployment Benefits Who’s Hiring? Am I considered an Essential Worker? Child Care and Learning Resources

Unemployment Benefits

Visit the NC Department of Commerce Employment Security to learn more about COVID-19 Unemployment Insurance.

Who’s Hiring?

Seeking employment? Wake County has several different organizations providing job seekers employment opportunities locally and statewide.

  • NC Works provides employment resources to job seekers and employers. Job postings are available statewide. 
  • Work in the Triangle provides job seekers with information about positions available in the Triangle.

Am I considered an Essential Worker?

For guidance and a comprehensive list of all services exempt to the Wake County stay at home order, visit the Wake County website.

Child Care and Learning Resources

Wake County Smart Start (WCSS) is a nonprofit agency that works to ensure young children are prepared for Kindergarten and life ahead. They fund programs that build strong families, encourage healthy development, and ensure access to high quality learning. 

During the COVID-19 crisis, WCSS serves as a hub for early childhood specific resources, both for families and for child care providers. You’ll find early learning resources for at-home activities and specific guidance for child care providers who are either open for business or navigating temporary closure issues.

Visit the resource page or reach out via email through the staff page of the website.

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