The Big Unemployment Insurance Write-Off
The Big Unemployment Insurance Write-off
Just another cost of doing business…or a missed opportunity?
The national unemployment rate has dropped to 5.1%, yet 39% of UI claimants are still “exhausting” their benefits – often at six months which costs employers over $8,000 per claimant.
Some consider these claims a sunk cost, but it doesn’t have to be money down the drain. Research shows that job seekers can improve their likelihood of finding a job by nearly 600% with the right kind of help.
Read this month’s Reemployment Insight, “The Big Unemployment Write-Off” to learn how exhausted claims and average claims can be reduced by one to two months, saving $1,300 to $2,600 in claimant charges.
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