The Minnesota Unemployment Insurance (UI) Program provides a temporary partial wage replacement to those Minnesota workers who become unemployed through no fault of their own. It is an economic stabilizer/stimulator in times of economic downturn and helps maintain an available skilled workforce for employers. The Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) supervises and administers the UI program.
Enhance workforce development and economic strength of Minnesota by providing unemployment insurance for individuals and employers.
The Unemployment Insurance Program's Annual Program Summary serves as DEED's mandated annual program progress report and is updated yearly for a new legislative session.