© 2022 American Payroll Institute, Inc. States/Territories With Mandatory Multiple Worksite Reporting Employers with more than one worksite must file unemployment insurance contribution and wage reports with each state, and they must also file quarterly employment and wage reports with the state agencies that break down the information by industry and locality. All states are responsible for collecting employment data and providing it to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), but not all of them require employers to file a report containing the information. The BLS uses the information collected to analyze the U.S. employment situation. To facilitate the collection of this information, the BLS developed a standardized form Multiple Worksite Report, BLS 3020 (MWR). The MWR is customized to some degree for each state, and provides at the top of the form whether reporting is mandatory or voluntary in that state. Forms for each state are available on the BLS website. The BLS encourages employers to file multiple worksite information via electronic file transfer or web reporting. Information on the methods and specifications is available on the BLS website. To use the web reporting option, employers need to sign up for an MWR ID and password. The following chart lists the states and territories where MWR reporting is mandatory (this updates The Payroll Source®, §7.2-7), along with contact information for the state and territory (the name of each responsible state agency and phone numbers). The use of the MWR is voluntary in the states and territories not listed here. State/ Territory Contact Information State/ Territory Contact Information AL Department of Labor 334-956-7445 NE Department of Labor 800-338-2376 402-471-9956 CA Employment Development Department 855-728-7973 NV Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation 775-684-0499 CO Department of Labor and Employment 303-318-8867 800-447-1276 NH Department of Employment Security 603-228-4060 603-228-4119 CT Department of Labor 860-263-6300 NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development 609-874-8964 609-777-2193 FL Department of Economic Opportunity 850-245-7244 800-672-4664 NM Department of Workforce Solutions 505-383-2723 GA Department of Labor 404-232-4909 800-338-2082 NY Department of Labor 518-485-8145 HI Department of Labor and Industrial Relations 808-586-9033 808-586-9030 NC Department of Commerce 919-707-1500 800-262-0514 IA Workforce Development 515-242-5862 800-532-1249 ND Job Service North Dakota 701-328-1279 KS Department of Labor 785-296-5000, ext. 2579 785-581-7458 OH Department of Job and Family Services 888-296-7541, Option 6 LA Workforce Commission 225-342-3171 225-342-3160 OK Employment Security Commission 405-557-7263 800-523-5994 ME Department of Labor 207-621-5195 OR Employment Department 503-947-1249 800-262-3912, ext. 71249 MD Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation 410-767-2258 PR Department of Labor and Human Resources 787-754-5300, ext. 3039 MN Department of Employment and Economic Development 651-259-7348 RI Department of Labor and Training 401-462-8760 May 16, 2022 Volume 24 Issue 10
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