New Hampshire Employment Security
NH Employment Security (NHES) is a federally funded state agency. In 1933 the State Employment Service was created, first known as the National Reemployment Service. In 1934, the Wagner-Peyser Act passed. In 1935, the Social Security Act passed. Title III and Title IX establish the framework for the states to pass laws setting up unemployment compensation systems. In November of 1935, New Hampshire Unemployment Law became effective. Today NHES has 12 local offices located across the state to provide services to job seekers and employers.