Register your new business for unemployment tax with the state’s online registration.
If you believe your employee should be ineligible for benefits, you may protest the benefit claim.
This program is an alternative to layoffs for employers faced with a reduction in available work.
Get your business started with the basic steps in our quick guide for new employers.
Employers can easily respond unemployment information requests online by using the State Information Data Exchange System (SIDES).
Learn about Missouri’s assessment for interest on federal loans when money is borrowed to pay unemployment benefits.
You can pay unemployment taxes, interest, penalties, and any other outstanding balance online using a major credit card.
If you disagree with the determination for an employee’s unemployment benefits, you may file an appeal.
Learn about the impact of FUTA Tax on Missouri employers.
Learn more about employer liability for unemployment taxes.
Request work search waivers for employees while they are on an extended layoff period.
Use this calculator to find the lowest workers’ compensation rates available for your class code.
You must file a First Report of Injury with the Division within 30 days from knowledge of an employee injury.
There are three cost-effective ways to electronically file First Reports of Injury with the Division.
Mediate and resolve disputes that arise after a workplace injury occurs by using the Dispute Management Program.
Use this map to find the address, phone number, and directions to your Docket location.
Persons employed in certain types of occupations are exempt from workers’ compensation coverage.
Review employer responsibilities when reporting an employee injury on the job.
The Fund compensates injured workers when a current work-related injury combines with a prior disability to create an increased combined disability.
Consider hiring a veteran for your job openings. Take the Pledge and connect with Missouri Veterans looking for employment.
View current and past minimum wage, wages for tipped employees, minimum wage posters, penalties, and records retention.
Assistance in complying with the laws surrounding public works projects, checklist for contractors, required forms, and more.
Identify real hazards found on real worksites - request the Hazard Lab for your next conference.
Learn what qualifies as discrimination in housing, employment, and places of public accommodation according to the Missouri Human Rights Act.
Learn more about the wage rate that must be paid to workers on public works construction projects in Missouri.
Find posters that are required by the state and federal governments to be displayed in the workplace.
Our Department aggressively investigates all fraud tips and complaints submitted to our office.
Sign up for seminars and training for your business or organization to help better understand Missouri’s labor laws.
Missouri provides employers with an easy, fast, cost effective way to meet reporting requirements for newly hired employees.
This video series addresses human resources topics that deal with common workplace issues.