The U.S. Department of Labor has determined that Martel, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fluke Corporation of Derry, NH has been adversely impacted by Trade. The subject firm has been certified for (TAA) Trade Adjustment Assistance benefits, and also Reemployment Trade Adjustment Assistance (RTAA) as of March 24, 2016.
As a result, affected workers totally or partially separated from employment on or after January 7, 2015 and before March 24, 2018 may be eligible to receive weekly cash benefits; financial assistance for remedial or vocational training programs/ travel allowances to and from training; job search expenses; relocation allowances; Reemployment Trade Adjustment Assistance (RTAA); and other reemployment services such as resume preparation, employment counseling and job referrals.
For information about these benefits, all workers should inquire at the nearest NH Works One-Stop Center. Click here to find the closest NH Employment Security Office. You may also contact Jeri Jewell, Trade Act Coordinator for more information at (603) 229-4355.
NHES continues to receive information regarding a number of nationwide online scams targeting individuals seeking to file unemployment insurance claims. These sites request personal information and charge a fee to help customers complete their Unemployment Insurance claims, typically implying that they are directly connected with a state’s official website.
The State of New Hampshire processes unemployment claims for free, so customers should be extremely wary of any site that charges a fee for this service.
New Hampshire Employment Security will also never ask for your credit card information. If asked to supply your credit card information or if you should receive a pop-up message seeking your credit card information while on the agency’s website you should not provide any information and immediately close down the application you are using. You should then contact an appropriate IT professional to review the security of the computer system you are using and seek help specifically dealing with malware/virus repair.
If you are unable to file your claim for benefits because of this or a similar problem, please remember each NHES local office maintains a resource center equipped with computers for filing your claim. Local Office Locations
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