State Information Data Exchange System (SIDES) and SIDES E-Response
Employers and third-party administrators (TPAs) are all too familiar with the challenges associated with responding to paper-based unemployment insurance (UI) information requests. The State Information Data Exchange System (SIDES) and SIDES E-Response are designed to make it easier and more efficient for employers and TPAs to respond to UI information requests.
Additional information available at http://info.uisides.org
Submit inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
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What are SIDES and SIDES E-Response?
SIDES and SIDES E-Response are web-based systems available to employers and TPAs – free of charge – that provide a secure, electronic and nationally-standardized format to respond to UI information requests. SIDES is designed for employers and TPAs that typically deal with a large volume of UI information requests, while SIDES E-Response is for employers with a limited number of UI claims throughout the year.
What are the benefits of SIDES and SIDES E-Response?
SIDES and SIDES E-Response have the potential to significantly improve the UI information exchange process.
|While the best option depends on the specific needs of an employer, both systems offer significant benefits:|
|Saves time and money
|Available for FREE
|Reduces staff time
|Reduces paper work
|Helps keep UI rates as low as possible
|Provides an electronic, nationally standardized data format
|Includes data checks to ensure the exchange of complete and valid information
|Provides tools for a healthier bottom line
We invite you to read more about SIDES and SIDES E-Response, and learn how both systems can help your company reduce paper work while saving time and money.
Mississippi is a SIDES and SIDES E-Response state. To participate in the UI SIDES E-Response, you must:
- be a registered employer
- have your Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)
- MDES Employer Account Number and
- authorization code listed on the form UI-21AE, Notice to Employer of Claim Filed and Request for Information.