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If you already have a username and password, log in to do any of the following:

  • Submit quarterly wage reports - How to File
  • Upload data files
  • Use Payment Warehousing to set a payment date
  • Make a payment at any time
  • Report new hires
  • Report changes to your business
  • Get copies of past filings and reports

Don’t have a username and password?

After you login you also can:
Apply for an unemployment insurance tax account
Report a work layoff
Report New Hires
Other employer requirements
Apply for Shared Work for your employees
Report Fraud

Participate in SIDES or SIDES E-Response
The State Information Data Exchange System (SIDES) and SIDES E-Response allow companies to electronically respond to UI information requests from KDOL. This eliminates delays caused by mailing the documents.

Employer Resources:
Download posters for your workplace
Drug and Alcohol Statement
Employer Handbook
Employer Tax Rates
Forms and publications
Frequently Asked Questions
Job Refusal Form
Look for workers
Upload File Formatting Specs
2015 State Small Business Workshops

Employer Contacts:
Local Field Office numbers

Liability Unit:
Ask questions about your Unemployment Tax Account
(785) 296-5027

Latest News:

Updated New Hire Webpages
Federal and State law requires employers to report newly hired and re-hired employees in Kansas to the New Hire Directory within 20 days. The updated New Hire webpage here will provide information on reporting online and other reporting options.

February Labor Report
The state's February seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 4.2 percent, unchanged from January and down from 4.6 percent in February 2014. Seasonally adjusted figures show Kansas gained 21,000 private sector jobs since last year, or 1.9 percent. Kansas nonfarm jobs increased by 21,200 jobs, a 1.5 percent increase since February 2014. Read more here.

January Labor Report
The Kansas Department of Labor’s Division of Labor Market Information Services (LMIS) released benchmarked 2014 data along with the January 2015 Labor Report. These revisions affect previous job reports and are particularly noteworthy because of their scope. The state’s January seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 4.2 percent. Read more here.

Taxable Wage Base Changing
Due to legislation passed in 2013 (HB 2105), the taxable wage base will change to $12,000 beginning Jan. 1, 2015.

Attention Shared Work Employers: Weekly Certifications for shared work employees can now be submitted online. Employers can complete the certification and upload the file from their computer.

To access the certification link:
1. Go to your Employer Login
2. Once you have logged in, scroll to the bottom of the page, where you can download and upload spreadsheets.
3. Select: Upload Shared Work weekly Certifications. Files may be uploaded in a PDF or Excel document.

We have provided a K-Ben 2211, Shared Work-Weekly Certification to be used at your preference. If you choose not to upload, please mail or fax the weekly certification. Emails will no longer be accepted. Read the release.

 

Employer Notice and Employer’s Separation Statement

Employer Notice and Employer’s Separation Statement
Walking you through the Employer Notice and Employer’s Separation Statement. This paperwork is mailed out anytime a valid claim for unemployment benefits is filed by a previous or current employee. Read the transcript.