Indiana employers file a range of reports with the DWD. The most common are unemployment and wage reporting, which you can do on INBiz. Most employers use UC-1 for unemployment insurance premiums and UC-5 for wage reporting.
DWD defines an employer as any legitimate organization that uses workers or employees under an implied or written contract and in return pays that worker a salary or wages. If you meet this definition of an employer, you need to register with DWD during the first quarter you are liable. For more information, visit Forms and Downloads.