Friday, July 22, 2011

Lombard Unemployment Office

The DuPage County Unemployment Office in Lombard, Illinois, is located in the Eastgate Plaza Shopping Center next to the Lombard Driver's License Bureau. Adjoining communities within ten miles of Lombard, "The Lilac Village", includes Elmhurst, Wheaton, Maywood, Villa Park, Higland Hills, Oakbrook Terrace, Yorkfield, Addison, Glen Ellyn, Downers Grove, and Hillside. The unemployment benefits office is one of the states's Affiliate One Stop centers. Parking is provided at the site and it is convenient to public transit.

In addition to unemployment compensation claims forms, the Lombard office's Career Resource Room maintains telephones, fax machines, copiers and computers for the use of jobseekers and benefits claimants. Displaced workers applying for benefits can do so by paper, through the centers computers and online access, and by the touch tone phones provided for Tele-Serve filings. Job seekers can look for lines online, can build personal resumes, plus post and fax their resumes for area businesses. Workers who need to improve their job qualifications can recieve help in preparing for earning a GED and learn about financial aid that's available for job training.

The current hours of operation at the Lombard office are Monday thru Friday from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm.

Lombard Unemployment Office
837 South Westmore-Meyers Road, Suite B,
Lombard, IL 60148
Telephone: (630) 495-4345
Veteran assistance appointments: (630) 495-6201
Lombard workNet Center

11 comments:

  1. Does anyone here ever answer the phone?

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  2. Its a shame that everyone is looking for a job yet the employees at that location sleep through their shifts (or just about).

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  3. All too frequently, unemployment and job placement assistance is outsourced to offices run by nonprofits. Sometimes there is oversight and accountability, sometimes not.

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  4. The employers work hard. You have to understand, it's not their fault that the set up is the way it is. Now, they need to hire more human beings for phone/ customer services, are automating systems great? Yes, in some cases. For public assistance, unemployment, etc., please hire humans. I can recite verbatim the Telly operator. Really need a section for that...unemployment will always be around....i think? So, please show improvement on the phone system. Tks

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  5. I NEED to speak to a human being!!!!!!!!! Do humans work anymore??? No wonder everyone is unemployed, all you can get is machines!!!!!! Answer your PHONES!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. ALL the machine do is ramble on and on............Then they hang up on you each and every time.

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  7. Yes the phone system is highly inadequate. We need to speak with a real person after rifling through the menu hoping to get an actual answer. Its too bad we have become so disconnected. This is not a problem with technology but the people behind it. Its time they own it!

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  8. Listened to the lady ramble about everything except how to build a car from scratch, then it finally said to hold for the next available agent (20 nimutes) It rang for about 5 minutes then a pre recorded message came on and said that all agents were busy call back later!
    I want THIS JOB!

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  9. And the provided number has a full mailbox after the online system is not working

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  10. Obama CAUSED ALL OF THIS

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