Welcome to the Minnesota New Hire Reporting Center
|EFFECTIVE October 1, 2012—
New Reporting Requirements
Not only do employers need to report all new hires, Section 802 of the Claims Resolution Act requires employers to also report the date employees first perform services for pay. Employers should report this date in the “Date of Hire field”. In addition, the Act requires employers to re-report all employees who have had a break in service for more than 60 days. In Minnesota, both changes were effective October 1, 2012.
Calling all employers!
Federal and State law requires employers to report newly hired and re-hired employees
in Minnesota to the Minnesota New Hire Reporting Center. This site will provide
you with information about reporting new hires including reporting online and other
Register to Report New Hires on the Internet or to securely transfer files
Logon and Report New Hires online or transfer files if you
are already registered
Reporting Basics: Learn about new hire
reporting and convenient reporting options.
Frequently Asked Questions: Find answers
to employer's most commonly asked new hire reporting questions.
Electronic Reporting: Save time, save
Multistate Reporting: Employees in
more than one state? Here's what you need to know.
Compliance: How does the State ensure
I am reporting?
Site Index: Map of the site.
Contact Us: Send us feedback, request
technical support or customer service.