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Employer Self-Service System User Guide

The Minnesota Unemployment Insurance (UI) Program produced this step-by-step user guide to assist employers manage their online account.

Refer to the Employer Handbook for more about unemployment insurance, or check out our Video Library.


Register a new account
Logging in
View inbox
FAQ/Contact us
Submit a question to UI staff
Account maintenance
Account profile, view
Address changes
Agent authorization / assign user roles
Agent, remove / make changes to user roles
Elect coverage for noncovered employees
Election of coverage, termination of
Employer feedback survey
Legal name, change
Owner/officer information
Add new
Reimbursing employer to a tax paying employer, change from
Reinstate an employer account
Register as an agent
Reporting units, maintain
Tax paying employer to a reimbursing employer, change from
Tax rate buydown, process
Tax rate history, view
Tax rate determination, view
Terminate employer account
Appeal - see Instructions for filing an appeal
Benefits paid charge activities
Benefits paid charges by applicant
Quarterly benefits paid file download
Calendar year summary and detail
Fiscal year summary
Review benefits paid charges
Correspondence preference
Change delivery method
Determinations and issue summary
Raise an issue
File an appeal: benefit determinations
Withdraw an Appeal
Legal business changes
Acquisition or merger, report an
Change of legal entity type, report a
Payment information
Account balance, review
Check, payment by
Electronic payments, make by using ACH credit/debit
Federal Form 940, State FUTA credit certification
Payments, review
Pending payment, cancel a
Tax and wage detail reporting
Forecast tax calculator
Printing reports
View history
View submission history
Report submission
Copy names and social security numbers from previous quarters
File upload method
Manual entry
Zero wage reports
Tax appeals
Appeals, view and maintain
File an appeal: tax determinations
User maintenance
Add user roles
Modify user roles
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