UI Daily Dashboard

Welcome to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s UI Daily Dashboard. On this site you will find resources on MyUI+ system issues and enhancements, status of federal benefits, reemployment support and UI data.

The American Rescue Plan Act has been signed into law, extending a number of federal pandemic benefit programs. While we are still working to evaluate the impact of this legislation on all claimant populations, at this time we anticipate no gap in benefits for most claimants.

Dollars and People Paid

Dollars Paid
**Total: $3,024,199,675
*Daily: $10,759,993

People Paid
**Total: 516,137
*Daily: 4,646

Customer Service Call Centers*

6.10.21
Calls Answered: 3,926
Completed Callbacks: 797
Call Handle Time: 12 mins
Average Call Wait Time:
Less than 2 minutes

Integrity Holds**

Claimants Sent to ID.me
2,101,878

Identities Verified:
265,554

Payments Released
$206,975,632

Claimants Opted into the Program: 7,953***

*Data reflects previous completed business day's status and is updated Monday through Friday.

**Data reflects totals since MyUI+ deployment in January 2021 and is updated daily Monday through Friday.

***Data reflects totals since the Colorado Jumpstart incentive program was implemented on May 23, 2021 and will be updated every Monday.

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) helps Colorado’s unemployed workers return to work with virtual hiring events, workshops, job search support and more. Covid-19 has had a devastating impact on Colorado’s workforce, with more than 270,000 people receiving unemployment benefits. The statewide "Reemploy Colorado" initiative is aimed at helping our state’s workers return to work and our state’s employers fill critical vacancies as the State changes restrictions on the Covid-19 dial.

On February 1, the State reinstated required work-search activities for claimants. This statewide initiative is aimed at helping these job seekers fulfill their work search requirements and obtain employment. By law, all unemployment insurance benefits recipients are required to engage in and complete activities that are designed to get them back to work. Examples of valid activities can be found at ColoradoUI.gov/eligibility-and-work-search-requirements.