Electronic Services for Employers
- Online Registration and Seeking Work Waiver
A Registration and Seeking Work Waiver may now be requested online. In the past, employers had to submit the request in writing and receive approval for the waiver request. Now the waiver can be requested and approved in minutes. Form UIA 1711 may be provided by employers to employees
- Employers: Hire the Best Talent! Post a Job and get qualified responses the same day. Access thousands of resumes for your ideal match. Many resources are available to assist employers in connecting with talent.
- Employer Handbook (November 2014) The Employer Handbook is produced by the Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA), one of the agencies within the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.
- Office of Employer Ombudsman
Employers with questions can now call our Office of Employer Ombudsman (OEO) unit at 1-855-4UIAOEO (1-855-484-2636). Outside of Michigan, please call 1-313-456-2300. You can also email your question to OEO@michigan.gov.
- Michigan Unemployment Tax Credit
Contributing employers with positive experience account balances can now apply for the Michigan tax credit. Details inside.
- Client Level Reporting Toolkit for Professional Employer Organizations This toolkit provides instructions and helpful information for PEOs about the Client Level Reporting registration process, online reporting through MiWAM, Frequently Asked Questions and more.
- What is SUTA Dumping?
Michigan's unemployment insurance program works to prevent the practice of some employers trying to reduce their high unemployment rates through various tax-avoidance practices known as SUTA (state unemployment tax act) dumping.
- Fact Sheet 167 - Protecting Your Business and Employees from Identity Theft
Learn what you can do to protect your business from unemployment identity theft and fraud.
- UIA Employer Services Brochure
- Detect Fraud, Prevent Fraud Protecting the integrity of the unemployment insurance program is of the utmost importance to the Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA). You can also help in the campaign to stop fraud.
- Tax Teams Has Changed
We want to service employers better! To build on improving efficiency, quality of work, and timeliness in processing your requests, the Agency is servicing the employer by the function and action needed. Currently, the Employer Tax Units have been organized by functions. Employers who call the Tax Office with questions, requests, or for other assistance will be serviced by the next available staff person in the appropriate area that handles the function.
- Stand-Alone UIA Schedule B UIA Schedule B is included in the 518 Booklets, "Registration for Michigan Taxes," used by employers starting NEW businesses to register those new businesses for various kinds of Michigan business taxes, including unemployment compensation taxes. PLEASE NOTE: UIA SCHEDULE B MUST BE COMPLETED WHENEVER THERE IS A TRANSFER OF ORGANIZATION (EMPLOYEES), TRADE (CUSTOMERS/ACCOUNTS), BUSINESS (PRODUCTS/SERVICES), OR ASSETS BETWEEN BUSINESS ENTITIES, EVEN THOSE ALREADY IN EXISTENCE. UIA Schedule B is therefore being made available on the internet as a stand-alone form, as a convenience to the employer community, so that it can be filed by the employer receiving (acquiring) the organization, trade, business, or assets of another employer, or another subsidiary of the same employer, EVEN when the acquiring entity is not a NEW business entity.
- Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program has been extended through December 31, 2011. Exceptions to the extension are; (1) Effective for start dates on or after January 1, 2010, the Detroit and Flint Renewal Communities (RC's) are no longer eligible for WOTC; and (2) The Unemployed Veteran and Disconnected Youth target groups expired on December 31, 2010. Employers are advised to continue to submit their certification requests for these two target groups in anticipation of a retroactive authorization.