Can Employees Collect UI Benefits If I Reduce Their Hours?

The COVID-19 pandemic has left most people with a sense of uncertainty. With conditions constantly evolving, both employers and employees are left wondering what will happen next. Both are trying to stay afloat and make the best decisions possible, given the circumstances, but frequently it’s not easy. Read more

What’s Considered a Good Cause for Quitting?

When dealing with unemployment insurance, you know the basics, including what allows a former employee to qualify. The basic principle is they must be let go at no fault of their own, which is easy enough to understand. Employees who are laid off or let go due to downsizing are easy approvals for unemployment benefits. But what about those who quit? Read more

How Medical Marijuana is Impacting Unemployment Claims

Right now, the use of marijuana in the country is a hot topic. As more states are legalizing it for medicinal purposes, others are moving to legalize it without a prescription. Regardless of your opinion, as an employer, you need to be aware of these changes to your business. Read more

Best Practices to Handling UI Appeals

When you receive an unemployment insurance claim, you have the chance to approve or deny it. Depending on your selection, the former employee making a claim may decide to challenge your decision through an appeal process. Read more

Projected Unemployment Insurance Tax Rates for 2020

As the new year approaches, it’s time to start thinking about potential changes to make in 2020. You might be thinking about fitness, professional development, or travel goals, but there’s one area your company can’t afford to overlook: updated unemployment insurance tax rates. Read more

Can Pictures and Videos Help You During Your Next Unemployment Insurance Hearing?

The word hearing conjures up images of a courtroom with judges, attorneys, and a jury, but an unemployment hearing is more informal. Legal representation may be present along with officials from the unemployment office. The goal is to review the claim and allow the responsible party, either employee or employer, show their burden of proof.   Read more

The Most Common Questions About Unemployment Insurance

When it comes to unemployment insurance, you probably have a lot of questions. It’s a complicated world and many businesses don’t have the resources to dedicate a person fully to navigating its waters. To help you out, here are some of the most frequent questions we’re asked by current and prospective clients.    Read more

“4 Tips to Ensure Your Responses Won’t Violate the Unemployment Insurance Integrity Act”

4 Tips to Ensure Your Responses to State UI Information Requests Won’t Violate the UI Integrity Act

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“The Language of Unemployment”

The Language of Unemployment – Part One

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“What You Should Look For in an Unemployment Software”

What You Should Be Looking For In An Unemployment Software

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