For most employers, unemployment insurance (UI) hearings are very intimidating and difficult to win. It could be the idea that they are a mini legal proceeding, or that the judges can often be difficult to deal with, or it could be that most employers do not understand how these proceedings work and therefore, lost most of them. If UI hearings are intimidating to you, the following hearing etiquette tips should help to alleviate your tension and improve your ability to win.
There are many areas of operation where employers can control their Unemployment Insurance (UI) costs by implementing best practices when it comes to hiring. Turnover, poor onboarding practices, and layoffs can all increase your company’s UI costs. Following the correct hiring and onboarding procedures can improve your UI costs and put more money to the bottom line.
The Language of Unemployment – Part One