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Pay Day

State employees are paid every other Friday. The pay period begins on a Wednesday and ends ten work days later, on a Tuesday.

Employee Self Service Website

You can use the Employee Self Service website (log-in with your State of MN employee ID number) to:

  • Check leave balances
  • View pay stubs
  • Print W-2 forms
  • Change W-4 form
  • Sign-up for direct deposit
  • Enroll in training
  1. Go to Self Service
  2. Use your State employee ID (assigned 8-digit number) as the User ID and add your password (select "Forgot Password" if you do not have one)
  3. Select State of MN Self Service > My Paystub
  1. Go to Self Service
  2. Use your State employee ID (assigned 8-digit number) as the User ID and add your password (select "Forgot Password" if you do not have one)
  3. Select State of MN Self Service > Other Payroll > Direct Deposit

Paid Time Off

Each union contract indicates how sick leave can be used. Full-time, unlimited employees in AFSCME, MAPE, MMA, Commissioner's Plan, Managerial Plan and MGEC contracts earn four hours of sick leave each full 80 hours pay period. Sick leave is pro-rated for part-time employees based on the provisions of your union contract. Intermittent appointments begin accruing sick leave on a pro-rated basis after completion of 67 days of employment.

Vacation/Personal Leave is based on the number of years of your State service. For additional information regarding vacation/personal leave, refer to your contract or plan for details.

Employees in AFSCME, MAPE, MMA, Commissioner's Plan, Managerial Plan, and MGEC may be eligible for paid holidays. For additional information regarding holiday pay, refer to your contract or plan for details.

Refer to your union contract for leave eligibility/process under your contract.

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