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Registering for work and Worker Profiling
Register for work to meet UI requirements
Claimants are required to fully register for work in our electronic job match system (iMatchSkills).   Failure to register for work in iMatchSkills will result in a denial of benefits.  The requirement does not apply to claimants who are scheduled to return to work within four weeks, or who are limited to seeking work though their union hiring hall. 
Individuals can register for work using iMatchSkills at www.workinginoregon.org.  People can also register in person at their nearest local employment office.

Worker Profiling and Claimant Reemployment
Federal law requires all states to determine each claimant’s probability of exhausting regular benefits.  These claimants are selected to participate in the Worker Profiling program.  Federal and state laws requires selected claimants to participate in reemployment services in order to remain eligible for benefits.
In Oregon, this program is known as Reemployment Services.  The program selects claimants who are likely to exhaust benefits, and provides, through a local office or one-stop partner:
  • Individual needs and skills assessments
  • Career information
  • Labor market information
  • Résumé writing assistance, and
  • Job search assistance.
If you are selected to participate, it is important that you attend the Orientation and participate in the reemployment services provided.  Failing to attend the Orientation or participate may result in a denial of benefits.