Take the assessment to see if your workers should be classified as employees or independent contractors. Misclassifying workers is wrong and against the law.
Save time and money by responding electronically to unemployment information requests. Start using SIDES today!
Find out if your employer has workers’ compensation coverage in the event of a workplace injury.
It's important that the Division of Workers' Compensation has your current contact information. Email your name, previous address, and current address to firstname.lastname@example.org
Use this calculator to estimate the amount of unemployment benefits for which you may be eligible.
Brush up your resume, sign up for training and create an online profile with Missouri’s largest job bank.
Learn more about this month’s events across the state that promote diversity.
Is your business accessible to those with disabilities? Find out by taking our compliance test.
Legislation (HB 1729) passed by the Missouri General Assembly and signed by the governor becomes effective August 28, 2018. You can find a summary changes here.
Earlier this year, the Missouri General Assembly passed HB 1413 relating to public labor organizations and the certification by the Missouri State Board of Mediation of exclusive bargaining representatives. View a summary of changes.
The Secretary of State’s office is responsible for the creation and maintenance filings for domestic Missouri and out-of-state business entities doing business in Missouri.
Register your new business online for various taxes with the Department of Revenue. Learn more about employer liability for Missouri Unemployment Insurance Tax.
Each new employer that becomes liable to report workers' wages and pay unemployment taxes is assigned to an industrial classification division.
Those employers subject to providing workers’ compensation insurance for their employees must either go through an insurance carrier or may choose to be self-insured.
Various state and federal laws require employers to display certain posters in the workplace.
The Department of Economic Development administers industry training programs to reduce training costs to businesses and increase productivity.
Learn employer rights and responsibilities under the Missouri Employment Security Law.
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