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Georgia Dept of Labor Temporarily Suspends Employer-Filed (Partial) Claims System

Georgia Labor Commissioner Bruce Thompson announced this week the suspension of the Employer-Filed (Partial) Claims System. According to recent labor market statistics, there has been a steady increase in fraud nationally. In an effort to prevent fraud, the department is temporarily suspending the employer-filed claim application while additional safeguards and security measures are added.

“A major focus of my administration is to improve the customer experience with the Georgia Department of Labor by reducing the backlog of claims and improving the delivery of legitimate payments,” said Commissioner Bruce Thompson. “Mitigating fraudulent claims is a huge factor in delivering on these goals, and today’s announcement will allow this agency to continue our focus on the people of Georgia who are in need.”

Employers may advise individuals who are temporarily or partially unemployed to file an unemployment claim online at or in person at their local career center.

For personalized assistance, employers can reach Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) staff at Additionally, by visiting Employ Georgia, employers can manage job openings and access the state’s talent pool. GDOL’s Career Centers are providing in-person employment services for customers across the state.

For more information on jobs and current labor force data, visit Georgia Labor Market Explorer to view a comprehensive report.



  1. myeshia green

    June 11, 2023 at 7:54 pm

    Why is this happening

  2. Travis Redwine

    June 11, 2023 at 8:47 pm

    So I’m waiting on Partials Dated Back As far As December 2022 will that effect my Payments and What’s the Delay on me receiving my payments I’ve Already submitted the Required or requested documents?

  3. Do better

    June 12, 2023 at 8:01 am

    That’s not the Commissioner.

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