268.042 Employers coverage.
Subdivision 1. Employer registration. (a) Each employer shall, upon or before the submission of its first wage detail report under section 268.044, register with the commissioner for a tax account or a reimbursable account, by electronic transmission in a format prescribed by the commissioner. The employer must provide all required information for registration.
(b) Except as provided in subdivision 3, any organization or person that is or becomes an employer subject to the Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Law within any calendar year shall be considered to be subject to this chapter the entire calendar year.
(c) Upon the termination of business, an employer that has been assigned a tax account or reimbursable account shall notify the commissioner by electronic transmission, in a format prescribed by the commissioner, that the employer no longer has employees and does not intend or expect to pay wages to any employees in the next calendar year and into the foreseeable future. Upon such notification, the commissioner shall not require the employer to file wage detail reports under section 268.044, subdivision 1, paragraph (d), commencing the calendar quarter after the notice of termination was received by the commissioner.
Subd. 2. Repealed, 1998 c 265 s 46
Subd. 3. Election to have noncovered employment considered covered employment. (a) Any employer that has employment performed for it that is noncovered employment under section 268.035, subdivision 20, may file with the commissioner, by electronic transmission in a format prescribed by the commissioner, an election that all such employment, in one or more distinct establishments or places of business, shall be considered covered employment for not less than two calendar years. The commissioner shall have discretion on the approval of any election. Upon the approval of the commissioner, sent by mail or electronic transmission, the employment shall constitute covered employment beginning the calendar quarter after the date of approval or beginning a later calendar quarter if requested by the employer. The employment shall cease to be considered covered employment as of the first day of January of any calendar year only if at least 30 calendar days prior to the first day of January the employer has filed with the commissioner, by electronic transmission in a format prescribed by the commissioner, a notice to that effect.
(b) The commissioner must terminate any election agreement under this subdivision upon 30 calendar days' notice sent by mail or electronic transmission, if the employer is delinquent on any taxes due or reimbursements due the trust fund.
Subd. 4. Authorization. The commissioner is authorized to enter into reciprocal arrangements with other states and the federal government, or both, whereby employment by an employee or employees for a single employer that is customarily performed in more than one state shall be considered performed entirely within any one of the states:
(1) where any part of the employee's employment is performed, or
(2) where the employee has a residence, or
(3) where the employer maintains a place of business; provided, there is in effect, as to the employment, an election, approved by the state, pursuant to which all the employment by the employee or employees for the employer is considered to be performed entirely within that state.
HIST: Ex1936 c 2 s 9,11; 1937 c 306 s 6,8; 1939 c 443 s 9; 1941 c 554 s 8,10; 1943 c 650 s 8; 1945 c 376 s 8,10; 1947 c 432 s 8-10; 1947 c 600 s 2; 1949 c 605 s 10; 1953 c 97 s 13,14; 1965 c 45 s 41,45; 1969 c 9 s 64; 1969 c 854 s 9,10; 1971 c 942 s 13; 1979 c 181 s 16; 1983 c 372 s 35,36; 1986 c 444; 1989 c 209 art 2 s 1; 1996 c 417 s 31; 1997 c 66 s 61,79; 1998 c 265 s 5,6,33-35,45; 1999 c 107 s 16; 2001 c 175 s 9,52; 1Sp2003 c 3 art 2 s 20; 2004 c 183 s 13,14
* NOTE: The amendments to subdivisions 1 and 3 by Laws 2004, *chapter 183, sections 13 and 14, are effective July 1, 2005. *Laws 2004, chapter 183, sections 13 and 14, the effective dates.