Webinar: Burden of Proof – An Unemployment Mock Hearing

Our mock unemployment hearing webinar is back by popular demand. Join us on Wednesday, November 15 at 2:00 ET (1:00 CT, 12:00 MT, 11:00 PT). With unemployment hearings having serious consequences for employers, the heat is on when you receive notice of an unemployment hearing. Even the most seasoned HR pros can find unemployment law [Read More…]

October 2017 Briefly: An Unemployment Case Analysis

Background The claimant was discharged for inappropriate behavior. The claimant was allowed benefits upon a finding that he was discharged, but not for misconduct connected with the work. The employer appealed, and a hearing was scheduled before an administrative law judge. At The Hearing The Employer’s Evidence: The employer’s witness testified that he received an [Read More…]

ETS Tax Intelligence – SUI Tax Rate Forecasting

Situation As mentioned in last month’s issue of Tax Intelligence, for a majority of states the date used to calculate state unemployment insurance (“SUI”) tax rates for the forthcoming calendar year is June 30th, which is known as the computation date.  So while most of the employer-specific information used by state workforce agencies in calculating [Read More…]

Dot-to-Doc: Connecting the Dots between HR Documentation and Unemployment Liability

You know good documentation helps protect your company from employee litigation. But did you know that the same kind of documentation also helps you better manage your unemployment claims process? At this webinar, Find out from our Unemployment Cost Management experts just how critical documentation is to your win rate, your compliance with UI Integrity [Read More…]

August 2017 Briefly: An Unemployment Case Analysis

Background The claimant was discharged for violating an employer policy. The claimant was disqualified from benefits upon a finding that she was discharged for misconduct connected with the work. The claimant appealed. A hearing was scheduled before an administrative law judge. At the Hearing The Employer’s Evidence: The claimant was discharged for violating an employer [Read More…]

July 2017 Briefly: An Unemployment Case Analysis

Background The claimant quit voluntarily after a discussion with her manager regarding her attendance.  She was allowed benefits upon a finding that she was discharged, but not for misconduct connected with the work.  The employer appealed, and a hearing was scheduled before an administrative law judge. At the Hearing The Employer’s Evidence:  The employer testified [Read More…]

June 2017 Briefly: An Unemployment Case Analysis

Background The claimant quit voluntarily after she was informed that her work would end on a future date.  She was disqualified from benefits upon a finding that she quit without good cause connected with the work.  The claimant appealed, and a hearing was scheduled before an administrative law judge. At The Hearing The Claimant’s Evidence:  [Read More…]

Nearly No Touch Wage Audit Solution

We get it. In theory wage audit requests are a simple procedure to verify wages and unemployment benefits. As many employers know, this seemingly simple procedure can bring some big challenges: Incorrect format: State agencies require data to be submitted in a specific format, which typically doesn’t match employers’ payroll format. Employee time and resources: [Read More…]

May 2017 Briefly: An Unemployment Case Analysis

Background The claimant was discharged for using profane language at work. He was disqualified from benefits upon a finding that he was discharged for misconduct connected with the work.  The claimant appealed, and a hearing was scheduled before an administrative law judge. At the Hearing The Employer’s Evidence:  The witness for the employer, a retail [Read More…]

Ready to Rock at APA Congress

In two weeks, thousands of Payroll professionals will travel to Orlando for the 35th annual APA Congress to network, share best practices, and attend sessions delivered by industry experts. If you’re attending APA Congress, be sure to stop by the Equifax booth at #415 to learn about solutions to help Payroll, Tax, and HR professionals, including the nearly [Read More…]