Firing an employee, delivering a not-so-great annual review, policing employee conflict – there are many uncomfortable tasks that fall on the shoulders of an HR Manager. But when asked what part Read more
One of the biggest headaches for employers is their unemployment insurance tax rate. As tax rates continue to climb, employers are left with more questions than answers. When you’re short on time Read more
Managing unemployment insurance claims is no easy feat. It’s time-consuming and complicated. You wear a lot of hats and with so many responsibilities, the last thing you have time for is navigating the complex world of unemployment insurance.
We all know the feeling. You walk into the office Monday morning determined to conquer that ever-growing to-do list. Six cups of coffee later, you leave feeling defeated because you have even more on your plate than when you started the day. Can you relate?
‘Tis the season for unexpected surprises. A gift on your doorstep, a holiday greeting in the mail – and the dreaded UI tax rate notice. Bet you didn’t get the same warm and fuzzy feeling with that last ‘gift’. Your UI tax rate increased. Your unemployment insurance costs are higher. Now what?
As the holidays approach and the year winds down, the tendency is to clock out and put off less urgent tasks until the New Year. However, if you buckle down now you can ring in the New Year knowing you are prepared to tackle anything that is thrown your way come January 1.