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By Andrea Frederick Posted August 22, 2017

Improve Your Employee Documentation and Win More UI Protests

Improve Your Employee Documentation and Win More UI Protests

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By Michael McPherson Posted August 18, 2017

The Most Commonly Missed, Misused, or Poorly Constructed Employee Policies

When employers lose unemployment insurance (UI) claim protests, one of the areas that contributes to those losses is not having effective policies regarding e[...]

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By Michael McPherson Posted August 8, 2017

5 Simple Rules To Improve Your Disciplinary Documentation

The top reason employers lose unemployment claim protests is due to poor or missing employee documentation.  The most critical type of documentation which affects Unemplo[...]

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By Michael McPherson Posted August 1, 2017

An Effective Employee Handbook Is An Invaluable Tool For Fighting Unemployment Insurance Claims

Many employers can identify claims that should not be paid, yet only half of those protests are won

One of the most important ways employers can minim[...]

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By Andrea Frederick Posted July 25, 2017

The Five Necessary Elements of a Misconduct Protest

The Five Necessary Elements of a Misconduct Protest

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By Jonathan Gross Posted July 18, 2017

The Unemployment Claim Hearing Process

First, You Have to Show Up

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By Jonathan Gross Posted July 12, 2017

Unemployment Rate & Jobs Added/Lost in the US for June 2017

The economy added 222,000 jobs in June, the largest increase since February.  Meanwhile, revision[...]

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By Michael McPherson Posted July 6, 2017

What You Should Know About Being a Contributing (Taxable) Employer Versus Reimbursing Employer

What You Should Know About Being a Contributing (Taxable) Employer Versus Reimbursing Employer

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