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By Michael McPherson Posted June 22, 2017

4 Tips to Ensure Your Responses Won’t Violate the Unemployment Insurance Integrity Act

4 Tips to Ensure Your Responses to State UI Information Requests Won’t Violate the UI Integrity Act

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By Michael McPherson Posted June 20, 2017

Tips for Unemployment Insurance Claim Protests

Tips for Protesting Unemployment Insurance Claims

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By Andrea Frederick Posted June 8, 2017

What Are The Availability Requirements of Unemployment Insurance Law?

To be eligible for unemployment benefits, claimants must be both Able and Available for full-time employment.   Today, let's talk about Availability.

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By Jonathan Gross Posted June 6, 2017

Unemployment Rate & Jobs Added/Lost in the US for Month Ending May 2017

138,000 jobswere created in May, falling well below the expectations, while the unemployment rate fell to 4.3%, its lowest mark since 2001.   The U6 rate fell to 8.4%, a number that includes those not actively[...]

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By Michael McPherson Posted June 1, 2017

Unemployment Tax Rate Notices – Always Be Sure to Audit!

Unemployment Tax Rate Notices – Always Be Sure to Audit!

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By Michael McPherson Posted May 31, 2017

The Language of Unemployment

The Language of Unemployment – Part One

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By Michael McPherson Posted May 23, 2017

The Basics of Progressive Discipline

The Basics of Progressive Discipline

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By Jonathan Gross Posted May 16, 2017

What You Should Look For in an Unemployment Software

What You Should Be Looking For In An Unemployment Software

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By Jonathan Gross Posted May 9, 2017

Unemployment Rate & Jobs Added/Lost in the US for Month Ending April 2017

The headlining numbers from the April Jobs report were very strong.  The economy added 211,000 jobs and the unemployment rate fell to 4.4%, the lowest number in more than a decade.    Average hourly earnin[...]

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