Resources for Consultants & Job Seekers

For Customers

Despite the unprecedented coronavirus situation, we are committed to supporting our customers in every way possible.

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For Consultants & Job Seekers

Get the latest resources and updates regarding COVID-19 and learn what we are doing to help our consultants tide over this period of uncertainty.

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We are preparing our consultants for situations that may arise from the COVID-19 outbreak.


Remote Work

We understand that over the next few weeks or possibly months, the United States and the world may experience partial or total lockdown to “flatten the curve”. We are communicating with our customers and complying with their specific guidelines around remote work for certain job functions. The Rangam Cares team will continue working closely with consultants to ensure smooth communication and minimal disruption to the business.

Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA), 1993

For those who may not get the option to continue working since their contingent jobs inhibit remote work for any reason, we will provide them with all the necessary information and resources to help them meet their immediate needs including any loss of income. We will be sharing their local and state resources such as FMLA-related resources available to them by their local and state officials.

Containment Policy

Consultants who are at-risk, symptomatic, or have been in contact with an individual who is infected or symptomatic, or meet the below requirements, should reach out to us at Such individuals are asked not to report to work, seek medical care, and notify us immediately.

  • A consultant who is diagnosed with COVID-19
  • A consultant who lives in the same household as, or is an intimate partner of, or who has been providing care in a non-healthcare setting for a person with symptomatic, laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 infection with or without using the CDC-recommended precautions for home care and home isolation
  • A consultant who has recently traveled to and/or returned from China, Italy, Iran, Spain, Germany, South Korea, India or any other country where confirmed COVID-19 cases have been reported
  • A consultant having close contact with a person with symptomatic, laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 infection
  • A consultant who was seated on an aircraft within 6 feet of a traveler with symptomatic, laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 infection
  • A consultant who was in an indoor environment (e.g., a classroom, hospital waiting room) with a person with symptomatic, laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 infection for a prolonged period but not meeting the definition of close contact

Travel Policy

At this time, all international and domestic travel has been suspended temporarily. We believe that these proactive and precautionary actions will help minimize any unnecessary risk to our employees during their daily work and extend our full support for public health efforts to contain the virus.

If you have traveled to or through high-risk countries within the past two months, or have been exposed to an individual who has traveled internationally to high-risk countries, please notify us immediately at or

Visitors Policy

Any visitors, staff, or consultants who have recently traveled to China, Italy, Iran, Spain, Germany, South Korea, India or any other country where confirmed COVID-19 cases have been reported, and/or have come in contact with anyone who they know to be infected, may not be allowed to return to the office, visit, or work at our customers’ sites for 14 days after their return or their last contact with an infected individual. They may return only if they’re asymptomatic following this 14-day period. We’ve also postponed any in-person meetings at our offices until further notice.

We encourage our consultants to communicate with us through where we’ll be sharing the latest updates and public health advisories from the CDC and the WHO.

As we are all learning how to live and work in a world that’s looking different from what it used to do a few months ago, we must understand that this is a time to take the necessary precautions and prepare for the fight ahead. It is when our collective support for each other can win the battle for the future of humanity. We appreciate your continued support.

EAP for Employees

Download Rangam EAP Welcome & Orientation Presentation.

Unemployment Resources

For assistance or more information about filing a UI claim (or questions about the status of your UI claim once filed), visit You will need to provide the State-Specific Unemployment Office with the following information in order for the state to process your claim:

  • A valid email account – your email address will become your Uplink Username.
  • Driver’s license or valid ID, address, Social Security number, date of birth and phone number.
  • Last employer’s name, mailing address, phone number, dates of employment and reason you are unemployed.
  • Bank routing number and account number if choosing direct deposit as your payment option (NOTE: Key2Benefits prepaid MasterCard® is also available).

Unemployment Benefits

For workers in New Jersey, please see new guidance from the NJ DOL about the use of earned time off for COVID related reasons: Worker Benefits, Protections and the Coronavirus (COVID-19): What NJ Workers Should Know

Please reach out to the Rangam Cares Team if you have any questions/concerns relating to COVID-19:

State Unemployment Insurance Offices

State Agency Phone Number(s) Website
Alabama Alabama Department of Labor 334-242-8025
Alaska Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development 907-269-4700
Arizona Arizona Department of Economic Security 1-877-600-2722
Arkansas Arkansas Department of Workforce Services 501-682-2121
California California Employment Development Department 1-800-300-5616
Colorado Colorado Department of Labor and Employment 303-318-9000
Connecticut Connecticut Department of Labor
Delaware Delaware Department of Labor New Castle County: 302-761-6576
Other Areas: 1-800-794-3032
District of Columbia District of Columbia Department of Employment Services 202-724-7000
Florida Florida Department of Economic Opportunity 1-800-204-2418

State Agency Phone Number(s) Website
Georgia Georgia Department of Labor 1-877-709-8185
Hawaii Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations Oahu: 808-586-8970
Hilo: 808-974-4086
Kona: 808-322-4822
Maui: 808-984-8400
Kauai: 808-274-3043
Idaho Idaho Department of Labor 208-332-8942
Illinois Illinois Department of Employment Security 1-800-244-5631
Indiana Indiana Department of Workforce Development 1-800-891-6499
Iowa Iowa Workforce Development 1-866-239-0843
Kansas Kansas Department of Labor 1-800-292-6333
Kentucky Kentucky Career Center Office of Unemployment Insurance 502-564-2900
Louisiana Louisiana Workforce Commission 1-866-783-5567

State Agency Phone Number(s) Website
Maine Maine Department of Labor 1-800-593-7660
Maryland Maryland Department of Labor 410-949-0022
Massachusetts Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance 617-626-6338
Michigan Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity 1-866-500-0017,5863,7-336-78421_97241---,00.html
Minnesota Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Twin Cities Area: 651-296-3644
Greater Minnesota: 1-877-898-9090
Mississippi Mississippi Department of Employment Security 1-888-844-3577
Missouri Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations 1-800-320-2519
Montana Montana Department of Labor and Industry 406-444-2545
Nebraska Nebraska Department of Labor 1-855-995-8863
Nevada Nevada Department of Employment Training and Rehabilitation Northern Nevada: 775-684-0350
Southern Nevada: 702-486-0350
Rural Areas and Out of State Callers: 1-888-890-8211
New Hampshire New Hampshire Department of Employment Security 1-800-852-3400
New Jersey New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development North New Jersey: 201-601-4100
Central New Jersey: 732-761-2020
South New Jersey: 856-507-2340
Out-of-state claims: 1-888-795-6672
New Mexico New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions 1-877-664-6984
New York New York Department of Labor 1-888-209-8124
North Carolina North Carolina Department of Commerce 1-888-737-0259
North Dakota North Dakota Job Service 701-328-4995

State Agency Phone Number(s) Website
Ohio Ohio Department of Job and Family Services 1-877-644-6562
Oklahoma Oklahoma Employment Security Commission 1-800-555-1554
Oregon Oregon Employment Department 1-877-345-3484
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry 1-888-313-7284
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Department of Labor and Human Resources 787-625-7900
Rhode Island Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training 401-243-9100
South Carolina South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce 1-866-831-1724
South Dakota South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation 605-626-3179

State Agency Phone Number(s) Website
Tennessee Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development 1-877-813-0950
Texas Texas Workforce Commission 1-800-939-6631
U.S. Virgin Islands U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Labor 340-773-1994
Utah Utah Department of Workforce Services Salt Lake and South Davis Counties: 801-526-4400
Weber and North Davis Counties: 801-612-0877
Utah County: 801-375-4067
Other Counties and Out of State: 1-888-848-0688
Vermont Vermont Department of Labor 1-888-807-7072
Virginia Virginia Employment Commission 1-866-832-2363
Washington Washington Employment Security Department 1-800-318-6022
West Virginia Workforce West Virginia 1-800-379-1032
Wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development 1-844-910-3661
Wyoming Wyoming Department of Workforce Services 307-473-3789

COVID-19 FAQs Center


  • Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that was first identified during an investigation into an outbreak in Wuhan, China.

  • The virus that caused COVID-19 most likely emerged from an animal source but is now spreading person to person. The virus is said to spread between people in close contact with another (within 6 ft) through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. It’s also possible to get COVID-19 through touching surfaces or objects that has the virus on it and then touching the mouth, nose or eyes.

  • Patients with COVID-19 have had mild to severe respiratory illness with symptoms of • fever • cough • shortness of breath

  • People can help protect themselves from respiratory illness with everyday preventive actions:

    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.

Please reach out to the Rangam Cares Team if you have any questions/concerns relating to COVID-19: