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Information and Assistance for State Employees Affected by Layoffs

*NEW* Request for Training Form (SEBAC) CT-HR-29

Effect of Layoff on Benefit Options and Various Payroll Deductions

For Human Resources Administrators:  Agency Certification and Employee Eligibility to Participate in the Reemployment and SEBAC Placement and Training Programs Form (CT-HR-1)  Fillable Word version / Fillable PDF version / Non-Fillable PDF version.


Re-employment SEBAC Information

After you have met with your HR representative and filled out the CT-HR-1 form, that information is reviewed and entered into the SEBAC system. Once that step has been completed, you may review  personal contact information, location and work schedule preferences, and re-employment and SEBAC rights. 

The DAS SEBAC website has moved to a new address:

Whether you already have an account or are new to SEBAC, you must have a Biznet account to access your information.  Please create your Biznet account here: DAS Business Network (create account)

Creating a Biznet Account video            Creating a Biznet Account for SEBAC PDF

Freqently Asked Questions regarding Re-employment

Frequently Asked Questions regarding SEBAC


Placement and Training Agreement (October 18, 2005)

Department of Labor Career Fairs / Job Search Information and Workshops

Connecticut Career Fairs are held in various sites throughout the state, offering employers and job seekers a more effective and economical way to solve their employment needs.  These fairs are sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Labor and its local partners.

Drafting an Effective Resume

The Interview Process

Cover Letters and Thank You Notes

Free Workshops Offered at Connecticut Works Offices

Other Resources

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