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Frontline Worker Pay

Information and resources for individuals who worked on the frontlines during the COVID-19 peacetime emergency is available on the Department of Labor and Industry’s About Frontline Worker Pay web page. 

Number of weeks of UI paid 

We provided the Frontline Worker Program with the number of weeks of Unemployment Insurance benefits each applicant was paid between March 15, 2020, and June 6, 2021. 

To view the number of weeks UI reported to the Frontline Worker Program for you:

  1. Go to www.uimn.org, select Applicant.

    Applicants button from Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Program's home page


  2. The Applicant Landing page displays, select Log in to my account.

    Minnesota Unemployment Insurance Program, Applicant Landing page


  3. Enter your Social Security number and Password, then select Login.

    Applicant Self-Service System Login page


  4. On My Account Home Page, select Frontline Worker.

    Screenshot of My Benefit Account Home page with Frontline Worker link highlighted

The Frontline Worker page displays the number of weeks of Unemployment Insurance benefits reported to the Frontline Worker Program. Number of weeks of UI paid includes your non-payable week and all payments and offsets of at least one dollar for the period between March 15, 2020, and June 26, 2021. The Frontline Worker Pay law requires that we count a week as a payment even if you were later determined overpaid for that week.

Screenshot of Frontline Worker page with an arrow pointing at weeks paid

Unemployment Insurance staff do not have answers to questions related to Frontline Worker Pay.

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