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Sacramento CA Unemployment Office in Citrus Heights, California

Popularity:#2 of 11 Unemployment Offices in Sacramento County#41 of 180 Unemployment Offices in California#490 in Unemployment Offices

Sacramento CA Unemployment Office Contact Information

Address and Phone Number for Sacramento CA Unemployment Office, an Unemployment Office, at Sylvan Road, Citrus Heights CA.

Name
Sacramento CA Unemployment Office
Address
7011 Sylvan Road
Citrus Heights, California, 95610
Phone
916-676-2540

Map of Sacramento CA Unemployment Office in Citrus Heights, California

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Unemployment Offices Nearby

Find 6 Unemployment Offices within 14.4 miles of Sacramento CA Unemployment Office.

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About the Sacramento CA Unemployment Office

The Sacramento CA Unemployment Office, located in Citrus Heights, CA, is a government agency that oversees California unemployment compensation programs and unemployment insurance. A local branch of the California Department of Labor, the Unemployment Office, issues unemployment benefits to individuals in Citrus Heights who have lost their jobs.

You may contact the Unemployment Office for questions about:
  • Applying for California unemployment benefits
  • Filing an unemployment insurance claim
  • California eligibility for unemployment
  • Rules for receiving unemployment benefits
  • Appealing an unemployment ruling
  • Problems receiving benefits
  • Making an appointment

Citrus Heights Unemployment Statistics

Find Citrus Heights Unemployment Rates by Age and Unemployment Rates by Educational Attainment. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

 Citrus HeightsSacramento County
Unemployment Rate6.7%7.4%
Male5.6%7.1%
Female6.0%6.7%
Persons with Disabilities18.3%16.1%
 Citrus HeightsSacramento County
Age 16-1926.1%25.0%
Age 20-248.4%12.8%
Age 25-296.1%8.7%
Age 30-344.4%7.1%
Age 35-445.6%5.5%
Age 45-545.4%5.4%
Age 55-594.9%5.1%
Age 60-645.8%5.0%
Age 65-748.3%4.2%
Age 75+3.2%5.7%
 Citrus HeightsSacramento County
Less than High School Graduate9.6%10.0%
High School Graduate (Including Equivalency)6.8%8.2%
Some College or Associate's Degree4.8%6.9%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher3.6%3.2%

Unemployment Offices near Citrus Heights

Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/sacramento-ca-unemployment-office-citrus-heights-ca-e77/
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Contact the EDD

Important:UI OnlineSM is still the fastest way to file your Unemployment Insurance (UI) claim. You can also ask questions about your claim using UI Online by selecting Contact Us at the top of your homepage.

Note: If you are getting a phone call from the EDD, your caller ID may show “St of CA EDD” or the UI Customer Service number 1-800-300-5616.

UI Customer Service

Get help with filing a claim by phone, general UI questions, and technical help with online registration, password resets, and EDD Account Numbers.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Pacific time), seven days a week, except state holidays.

Phone number:

English and Spanish: 1-800-300-5616
Cantonese: 1-800-547-3506
Mandarin: 1-866-303-0706
Vietnamese: 1-800-547-2058
California Relay Service (711): Provide the UI number (1-800-300-5616) to the operator
TTY: 1-800-815-9387

UI Automated Self-Service Line

Get information on how to file a new claim or reopen an existing claim and your last payment issued. You can also certify for benefits using EDD Tele-CertSM, request copies of your 1099G tax information, and find your local America’s Job Center of CaliforniaSM.

Hours: 24 hours per day, seven days per week

Phone number:

English: 1-866-333-4606
Spanish: 1-866-333-4606

Sours: https://edd.ca.gov/about_edd/contact_edd.htm
01/22/21 UPDATE How To Speak To A Live Representative at EDD (Employment Development Department) CA

Editorial: A year ago the state’s unemployment agency was a mess. It’s better, but still struggling

It has been 16 months since the COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses across the state to cut back or close, throwing millions of Californians out of work — and into the arms of the overwhelmed and unprepared state Employment Development Department, which administers unemployment benefits.

Now that pandemic restrictions have been lifted and job openings are so plentiful that businesses are offering signing bonuses and premium pay to lure workers, you’d think that the stress on the unemployment system would have diminished — especially after all the urgent action taken by the governor and state officials, the audits, the fraud investigations and legislative reform proposals.

Yet the crisis at EDD continues, if less acutely than last year. As of the week of June 26, the latest period for which there are data, the EDD reported about 217,000 claims in its backlog — not counting about 900,000 pending claims that have yet to be certified by the person who filed them. Throughout much of 2020, the claims backlog was more than 1 million. And midway through 2021, more than 90% of the calls to the EDD call centers were going unanswered, compared with more than 99% in 2020. Currently, it it takes the typical caller 11 tries to reach a human.

It’s progress, to be sure, but still unacceptable. These aren’t just numbers; they are people who have lost their jobs and the income that goes with it.

We know bureaucracies move slowly, and it takes many months to hire and train the hundreds of new workers the EDD needs. But given the intense focus on this one agency over the last year and the money and resources thrown its way, it was reasonable for the public to expect that one year later those problems would have been largely fixed. After all, during a much shorter period of time the state was able to administer more than 41 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine, inoculating nearly 60% of its population. But there are still too many reports of people caught in unemployment limbo, unable to reach the department to verify their claims and desperate for the benefits for which they are eligible.

To be fair, no state or federal agency was prepared for a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. As governments imposed stay-at-home orders and businesses swiftly curtailed their operations, Californians lost jobs in staggering numbers — putting a tremendous strain on a bureaucracy already hampered by outdated technology and staff shortages, and which had also shuttered its workplace. In California alone, about 23 million claims have been filed since March 2020 and $155 billion paid out.

And Congress made the situation all the more challenging by extending unemployment benefits to gig workers, contractors and others in the workforce who don’t typically qualify for benefits. To deal with this, the agency suspended some of the verification requirements, which opened the door to fraudsters who have bilked the system for as much as $30 billion.

State legislators are fed up with the lingering problems, too. When their constituents can’t get through to call centers, they flood the phone lines of their local legislators hoping for assistance. That’s why it’s no surprise that reform proposals have bipartisan support in the Legislature.

Some of those bills have stalled, but others are still in play, including Assembly Bill 56 by Assembly members Rudy Salas (D- Bakersfield) and Jim Patterson (R-Fresno), which would implement some of the anti-fraud measures suggested by the state auditor. Among its provisions, the bill would create a fraud prevention unit that would start tackling the backlog of suspected fraud cases as soon as possible.

The governor’s office is also considering devoting more resources to help the EDD get through its backlog of new claims for unemployment benefits and to stop fraud.

We are glad that lawmakers are responding to the widespread concerns about the enduring problems at the agency, and we urge them to move quickly. Californians can’t wait another year for the crisis at the EDD to be resolved.

Sours: https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2021-07-08/the-pandemic-broke-the-states-unemployment-department-and-its-still-not-fixed

Sacramento unemployment office

Where Is the Unemployment Office in Sacramento County, CA?

Where Is the Unemployment Office in Sacramento County, CA?

Do you need to file for unemployment benefits in Sacramento County, California? Do you have questions about your claim? You can find the information you need at the website of the California Employment Development Department, the state agency that administers unemployment benefits in California.

If you haven’t applied for unemployment benefits recently (or ever), you might think you have to go into the local unemployment office and file your claim in person. These days, however, it’s much easier – and often, required – to file your claim online or by phone.

On this page, you'll find

  • contact information for the California Employment Development Department
  • contact information for local job centers, which can help you with your job search and may offer assistance in filing for unemployment benefits, and
  • links to our articles on how to file for benefits in California, eligibility for benefits in California, calculating your weekly benefit amount in California, and more. 

Contacting the Unemployment Office in Sacramento County

If you want to file a claim for benefits, check on your claim, speak to a representative, or manage your unemployment benefits application, contact the

California Employment Development Department

URL: http://www.edd.ca.gov/

Main Phone Number:

800-300-5616

Find contact information for local unemployment offices in California at the Office Locator page of the California Employment Development Department website. 

Contacting Your Local Job Center

Local job centers -- sometimes called One-Stop Career Centers or American Job Centers --can help you with cover letters, resumes, and job search efforts. Some job centers may provide assistance in filing for unemployment benefits. You may be required to register with a job center as part of your ongoing obligation to look for work while collecting benefits.

Contact your job center to find out about services and availability. Although some job centers provide unemployment services (for example, help in filing or managing your claim), others offer only job search assistance. And, some centers are closed, have limited hours, or are available only online due to the coronavirus pandemic. Call or email your local job center to find out about their offerings. 

source: U.S. Department of Labor

CITRUS HEIGHTS: Pride Industries AJCC

Phone: 916-676-2540, ext. 301

Email:

ADDRESS:

7011 Sylvan Road
Suite A
Citrus Heights, CA
Mon - Thur 8:30am - 4:30pm, Fri 8:30am - 2pm
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 4/27/21

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GALT: Galt AJCC

Phone: 209-744-7702

Email:

ADDRESS:

1000 C Street
Suite 100
Galt, CA
Monday, Thursday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 3/19/21

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MATHER: Mather AJCC

Phone: 916-876-4022

Email: [email protected]

ADDRESS:

10638 Schirra Ave
Mather, CA
Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 3/19/21

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RANCHO CORDOVA: Folsom Cordova

Phone: 916-294-9107

Email:

ADDRESS:

10826 Gadsten Way
Rancho Cordova, CA
Monday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Services are provided virtually to the public on Fridays 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 3/19/21

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SACRAMENTO: Asian Resources AJCC

Phone: 916-324-6202

Email:

ADDRESS:

2411 Alhambra Blvd
Suite 110
Sacramento, CA
Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 3/17/21

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SACRAMENTO: Franklin AJCC

Phone: 916-563-5151

Email:

ADDRESS:

7000 Franklin Blvd
Suite 540
Sacramento, CA
Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 4:00pm; Friday 8:30am - 12noon
**Covid-19 Status: .Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 4/19/21

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SACRAMENTO: Greater Sacramento Urban League AJCC

Phone: 916-286-8600

Email: [email protected]

ADDRESS:

3725 Marysville Blvd
Sacramento, CA
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m. - noon; Closed daily noon - 1 p.m.
**Covid-19 Status: .Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 4/27/21

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SACRAMENTO: Hillsdale AJCC

Phone: 916-263-4100

Email:

ADDRESS:

5655 Hillsdale Blvd
Suite 8
Sacramento, CA
Mon-Thur 8:30am to 4:30pm; Fri 8:30am to 12:00pm
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 4/15/21

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SACRAMENTO: La Familia AJCC

Phone: 916-452-3601

Email: [email protected]

ADDRESS:

5523 34th Street
Sacramento, CA
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 4/19/21

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SACRAMENTO: Lemon Hill AJCC- Sacramento Works

Phone: 916-395-5802, ext. 701060

Email:

ADDRESS:

5451 Lemon Hill Avenue
Room 106
Sacramento, CA
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 4/19/21

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SACRAMENTO: Mark Sanders AJCC

Phone: 916-227-0301

Email:

ADDRESS:

2901 50th Street
Sacramento, CA
Monday to Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 4/27/21

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SACRAMENTO: South County-AJCC Elk Grove Adult and Community Education

Phone: 916-793-2319

Email: [email protected]

ADDRESS:

8401 Gerber Road
Building A
Sacramento, CA
Monday - Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. (when school`s in session); Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon
**Covid-19 Status: Due to COVID 19, contact this office for available hours and services.**

Last Updated: 3/29/21

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How to Collect Unemployment Benefits in Sacramento County, California

California Unemployment Benefits at a Glance

California Benefits Eligibility

You are eligible for unemployment benefits in California if you are out of work through no fault of your own and you have earned at least a minimum amount in the time before you lost your job.

To qualify for benefits in California, you must have earned:

  • at least $1,300 during the highest paid quarter of the base period, or
  • at least $900 during the highest paid quarter of the base period, and at least $1,125 during the entire base period. 

California Unemployment Benefit Amount

Generally, your weekly benefit in California will be one twenty-sixth of your earnings in the highest paid quarter of the base period. If your earnings are lower, however, this might vary. You can look up how much you will receive in the Unemployment Insurance Benefit Table. 

The maximum weekly benefit in California is $450 per week.

How Long Your Unemployment Benefits Will Last in California

In California, you can receive unemployment benefits for a maximum of 26 weeks under state law. 

For More Information

If you have questions or need more information on unemployment benefits in California, check out our detailed articles on:

See all of our California unemployment articles here; just select California from the list on the page. We wish you all the best as you navigate your unemployment claim. 

Sacramento County Info

Population 1,418,788
County Seat Sacramento

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