Employers & Businesses

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services is committed to facilitating the growth of employers throughout Wyoming. Whether in expanding your business, hiring new employees, accessing Workers' Compensation or exploring safety issues, Workforce Services has the means by which to help your business move in the right direction.

Workforce Development Training Fund

The Workforce Development Training Fund is a unique program that helps employers provide training in their organizations. More information.

Labor Standards

The Labor Standards Office enforces all labor laws created for the protection of Wyoming workers. More information.

Mine Inspection & Safety

Mine Inspections & Safety can help you find information about certifications, inspections, rules and trainings that related to the mining industry. More information.

Employment & Training

Our Employment & Training Division helps to build a workforce to meet the changing demands of Wyoming's diverse businesses, citizens and economy. Employment & Training administers a number of important programs, including the Wagner-Peyser, Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act, Veterans Employment & Training, Work Opportunity Tax Credit and Migrant Seasonal Farm Worker programs among others. More information.

Workers' Compensation

The Workers' Compensation Division can help you find information about reporting an injury in the workplace, disability benefits and other related subjects. More information.

Unemployment Insurance

The Unemployment Insurance Division can assist employers with all unemployment insurance and tax concerns. More information.

Wyoming OSHA

Our Wyoming OSHA division ensures that all of Wyoming's businesses are safe places to work; for every worker in Wyoming to have safe working conditions, free from recognized hazards. We recognize that human resources are our state's most valuable assets. To help employers and employees preserve our human capital, the Wyoming OSHA team provides for the administration of rules and regulations aimed at the prevention of accidents and occupational diseases, as well as offers a variety of educational tools for all industries, businesses, employees and associations. More information.


There are two levels of agency appeals in Wyoming. Lower level appeals are handled by administrative hearing officers within the division. Higher level appeals are heard by a three-member, appointed commission which meets monthly. Unemployment claimants or employers may protest or appeal within 15 calendar days of the date the initial determination notice was mailed to the address of record. More information.


All federal and state taxing agencies perform audits to assure compliance with their laws. Wyoming Unemployment Insurance laws and rules give the department authority to audit employer records and to require employers to make their records available for review. More information.

State Occupational Epidemiology

The Occupational Epidemiology program collects and reports information on work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities. We aim to describe the injury and illness burden and trends impacting our workforce and, in partnership with employers, workers, researchers, public health officials, policy makers and others, identify and implement effective prevention strategies. More information.