Tips to Quickly and Successfully Onboarding New Clients

Onboarding is an important process for every business, whether it involves a new employee or client. It is their first real opportunity to build a relationship that will transition into a long-term and mutually beneficial experience for both parties. The problem is, when you do it wrong, it can be a disaster for all involved. Because you want to avoid disaster, here are five tips to help you quickly and successfully onboard your new clients. Read more

How Increasing UI Claims Will Impact Your UI Tax Rate

A common misconception is that because of the Federal and State Unemployment Tax Acts (FUTA and SUTA, respectively), employers have no control over how much their pay in unemployment insurance. Not only is this incorrect, but it can also potentially cost a company thousand to millions of dollars in overpayments. It’s time to learn more about your tax rate and what you can do to have some control. Read more

Best Practices to Handling Resignation-Based Unemployment Claims

The world of unemployment claims can be complicated, but one area that typically remains simple is voluntary resignations. An employee who chooses to leave your organization likely does not qualify for unemployment insurance, making the protest easy. Read more

This ONE THING Can Help You Manage Unemployment Plans Quicker

What if we told you there was a solution to help you better manage your unemployment plans quicker? If you’ve never had help from a third-party administrator or TPA, you may find yourself thinking it isn’t possible. To those with that mindset, we have good news for you. Partnering with Unemployment Tracker is the ONE THING that can help you manage your unemployment claims more efficiently and actually save you money. Here’s how. Read more

How UI SIDES Can Help You Meet Unemployment Deadlines

Working through unemployment insurance claims can feel like a never-ending onslaught of acronyms that you don’t understand. From FUTA, SUTA, to all of the new policies in the CARES Act, it can be overwhelming to keep track of what everything stands for. Along these lines, you’ve likely heard the term ‘UI SIDES’ before. What does it even mean, and how can it help me? Read more

How to Properly Notify Employees of Unemployment

Recently you’ve probably heard the horror stories coming out about layoffs, furloughs, and closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees are signing onto Zoom calls only to learn they’re being let go and then being left on the call alone. Others log onto a social media site and hear the news secondhand. No matter how you look at it, these are not good practices. Read more

Important Unemployment Updates You Need to Know

It’s not an exaggeration to say the world has been turned upside down as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Most of the country remains shut down as states try to limit exposures and the number of cases in their states. As a result, many are facing unforeseen economic hardships. Read more

How Long Does it Take to Implement a New Unemployment Claims Process?

What does the unemployment claims process look like at your company? Do you have set channels where everything goes through and a breakdown of who’s in charge? Perhaps your process is more of a loose system, and you wish you could do more. Read more

5 Reasons You Should Think About Your Unemployment Costs

How often do you think about your unemployment costs? Better yet, how often do you think about unemployment insurance outside of the necessity of paying it? Too often, employers just accept it as a part of doing business without realizing the important details behind it. If you fall into this category, here are five reasons you should think more about your unemployment costs. Read more

How to Handle Overpaying Unemployment Benefits

Overpayments on insurance benefits are, unfortunately, all too common in the United States. A national statistic states that these overpayments top $3 billion. The good news is if you’re a part of that number, you don’t need to stay there. Here’s how to handle overpaying unemployment benefits. Read more