Defending your company against false claims
Each year, the state determines how much your unemployment tax rate will be calculated by how many claims have been made against your business. The more layoffs you have, the higher your unemployment tax rate will be.
Other than a layoff, a terminated employee's rights to receive unemployment benefits should be analyzed to see if the circumstances warrant a payment. We will ensure that your company is not being charged for false claims. That's one of the many reasons it's important to have someone like Human Resources, Inc. in your corner to manage your unemployment claims administration.
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How we work for you
- Auditing all incoming unemployment claims against your business
- Timely filing of wage reports to state agencies
- Complying with state unemployment regulations
- Ensuring the correct payment amount in taxes to avoid penalties