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1099-G forms have been mailed to RA claimants. Benefits must be claimed on your federal income taxes.
Effective, Jan. 1, 2023, the minimum wage in South Dakota is $10.80.
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Providing training and education to help individuals attain sustainable employment
Helping businesses maintain a skilled workforce through training and education
(Formerly Unemployment Insurance) Providing economic support to jobless workers and administering the program for liable employers
Administering state labor laws and providing dispute resolution
Collecting, analyzing and providing employment-related statistics
Providing employment services and workforce training for job seekers and employers
Licensing and regulating occupations and advising key DLR programs
Protecting the public and providing regulation for insurance industry
Providing medical and disability benefits for work-related injuries and diseases
Regulating and supervising state-chartered and licensed financial institutions