How to Effectively Control Unemployment Insurance Costs
Employers across the country received an unwelcome surprise in 2011: their per employee Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax liability was significantly higher than in 2010. The consequence of the recession, declining state UI trust fund balances, and their individual experience with turnover and UI claims, some employers saw their per employee UI tax liability increase by more than 250%. Looking forward to 2012, there is more bad news: not only will state UI taxes remain high—for many employers tax liabilities will go up again—but federal UI tax liabilities are also going up. With the third quarter of 2011 behind us, now is the time for employers to budget for 2012 and take action to reduce their tax liabilities in 2013.
Watch the recording above instantly to learn how to reduce your UI tax liability through effective UI cost control.
From this course you will:
- Learn how current and projected UI taxes will affect your bottom line
- Lean how to assess UI related risks
- Review UI cost control techniques and learn how to implement those techniques
- Improve your UI experience rating through sound human resource management practices
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