Unemployment is a costly affair. With lay-offs and terminations every company must be at the top of their game to deal with the unemployment claims that accompany such decisions. Obviously, organizations with integrity do not want to stand in the way of former employees collecting earned benefits. That’s why it’s more important than ever to ensure employees who quit or engage in misconduct that leads to termination don’t end up collecting benefits simply due to a company’s lack of knowledge in Unemployment Insurance adjudication.
There are so many questions and general rules regarding unemployment compensation it’s probably best to simply access this link to learn more about your specific situation:
The more you know about the unemployment adjudication process, the fewer headaches you will have and the more revenues you will save your company. Take a few minutes to refresh your memory and gain new information. You won’t regret it when the judge’s call comes in and you’re in the midst of a difficult unemployment hearing or an appeal where you need to be “spot on” for every question asked.