State Agencies Require Complete Separation Information!
are experiencing historic levels of claim filings. At the same time,
the average duration of payments on individual claims continues to rise. When employers
fail to provide complete details regarding a former employee’s separation in
response to an unemployment claim, it results in increased costs for both them
and the state.
how to avoid unnecessary costs and potential penalties, while maintaining
your credibility with state UI agencies.
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