File an initial claim for unemployment and check on the status of your claim.
File for unemployment and search for new employment opportunities.
The Workers’ Compensation Commission is responsible for administering the workers’ compensation law in the state. The Commission works to ensure that the workers’ compensation system is fair, equitable, and responsive to the needs of the citizens of South Carolina.
Provider of workers' compensation insurance for state agencies, county and municipal government entities, and if required by the legislature, small business in the private sector in South Carolina.
Americans with Disabilities Act enforcement, standards, and technical assistance.
Assists residents with disabilities to prepare for, achieve, and maintain competitive employment.
Plans, develops, oversees, and funds services for South Carolinians with severe, lifelong disabilities of intellectual disability, autism, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injury.
Get details on the process to obtain your new Real ID before the deadline.
Apply for certification to teach in South Carolina public schools.