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Paid Family Medical Leave Updates

APRIL 2024 UPDATE: Starting in July, most employers will be able to submit quarterly wage detail reports to the Paid Leave program.


To help employers prepare, MNDEED assembled a list of frequently asked questions about the process and timeline. We've included the questions most applicable to the hospitality industry below.


  • What is wage detail reporting and why is it necessary for Paid Leave? Every quarter, employers across the state are required to submit a report to the state that details wages paid to their employees. This report is important because it provides the state with administrative data that helps support programs, complete labor market analyses, and comply with reporting requirements.


  • My organization is covered by the Unemployment Insurance program, what do I need to do? Nothing! Your UI employer account will be automatically converted into a joint UI/Paid Leave to allow you to submit your wage detail report using the same process you use today.


  • When are the first wage detail reports due? The first wage detail reports will be due on October 31, 2024, and will be based on wages paid between July 1, 2024, and September 30, 2024.

Further questions regarding Paid Family Medical Leave can be sent to Jill Sims, Director of Government Relations.

View Hospitality Minnesota's latest Operating Now on Paid Family Medical Leave below.