Webcast: Internal Workforce Movements – Unemployment Insurance Impacts
Date: Thursday, August 4, 2016
Time: 1:00 PM ET, 12:00 PM CT, 11:00 AM MT, 10:00 AM PT
Duration: 1 hour
An internal restructuring of employer’s workforce often occurs to streamline operations, reduce costs, and better align the organization with changing business needs. The movement of employees from one legal entity to another is often driven by strategic business objectives rather than employee-specific purposes; an important distinction when determining the unemployment tax impacts of such a restructuring.
Many of the same employment tax laws applicable to outside or third-party merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions apply to workforce movements within an organization made up of multiple legal entities. Complying with these laws can be onerous, but can also produce significant opportunities.
Join us for a few webcast presented by experienced professionals in the fields of unemployment tax and M&A. During the webcast we’ll discuss:
- Common types of workforce restructurings
- Compliance requirements
- unemployment tax rate impacts
- Ability to carryover wage bases (FICA, FUTA & SUI)
- Implications to unemployment claims
This webcast is specifically valuable to payroll, human resource, and tax professionals concerned with managing unemployment tax costs. In addition, for those who are members of the American Payroll Association and are Certified Payroll Professionals, you can obtain RCH credits by attending this webcast. Register now to reserve a seat for this webcast.
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