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 and your tax rates.
We’ll dig into the connectivity between written agreements, employee policies, performance evaluations, employee separation processes and more as we help you connect the dots between documentation and risk.
- Find out which documents tend to have the most impact on your unemployment case decisions
- Learn about the other risks of poor documentation
- Pick up some simple, best practices to improve your separation process documentation and help improve your UC win rates
Our presenters, Robert Austin and Steve Solovic have more than 40 years of experience leading a team that processed more than 4.5 million claims last year. Steve is also an employment law expert with a JD from Saint Louis University. Register today for your chance to tap into their expertise, ask questions and bring some great tips back to your claims management team to help drive up your win rates.
Don’t miss this opportunity to connect the dots between documentation and UC risk and help your organization optimize your unemployment case management success.
Not sure you can join us? Register anyway to receive the recording link after the event.,
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