Unemployment Insurance (UI) Integrity – A Focus on Compliance
New compliance standards enforced by both federal and state agencies are shifting increasing responsibility for UI Integrity to employers by enforcing more stringent penalties for non-compliance. Equifax’s team of human capital and employment law experts has published a new white paper to help employers navigate this swiftly evolving Unemployment Insurance landscape. In this paper, you’ll find a detailed overview of the new UI Integrity legislation at both the federal and state levels, including insightful guidance on state interpretations of the federal mandate, additional penalties for inadequate claims response and recommended employer strategies for UI compliance moving forward.
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