Workers Impacted By Sidney Sugars Closure

The Department of Labor & Industry (DLI) and your local Job Service Office can assist you during this transitionary time.

Right Now: Prepare

Are you interested in a career change or would you like to keep doing what you do? Explore your resources:

Education: DLI has programs and education material available to help you prepare for your next steps.

Labor Market Info: Learn what Montana’s economy is doing and see trends in the labor market.

Next Step: Explore

DLI has programs and resources available to help you transition to your next opportunity.

MT Registered Apprenticeship: Apprenticeships are available in occupations that are as varied as an electrician to brewmaster. Programs provide paid, on-the-job training from skilled mentors and result in nationally recognized certificate.

WIOA: The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program provides resources to enable workers to obtain jobs by providing them with workforce services such as job assistance, career guidance, and training opportunities.

Rapid Retraining: The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Rapid Retraining program is directed at short-term occupational training opportunities such as on-the-job training and other targeted training programs that are 6 months or less in duration.

Reemployment Central: Reemployment Central is an online platform for accessing numerous resources to use in the job search process, as well as video trainings covering job search essentials, work search best practices, and career exploration.

When Employment Ends: File Unemployment

Ease the transition by filing for unemployment insurance.

Unemployment Insurance: Unemployment insurance is available to those who are unemployed because of no fault of their own and are actively seeking full-time work or approved training programs.

Questions: This can be a difficult time to navigate but we are here to help. For questions or assistance with your job search or with filing unemployment insurance contact Montana Department of Labor & Industry Unemployment Insurance Division, 406-444-2545 or [email protected]. or Job Service Sidney, 406-433-1204, [email protected].


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