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This dynamic seminar will give you clear answers to your toughest questions. You’ll learn the best practices on how to manage unemployment issues in your workplace and gain the knowledge you need to deal with those issues quickly and decisively. The presenters will explain how your unemployment insurance (UI) tax rates are determined, how an applicant’s eligibility for unemployment benefits can affect your budget, what you can do to prevent unnecessary charges to your UI account and much, much more.
You will learn:
¨ Are your Independent Contractors really independent?
¨ Covered versus non-covered unemployment: Who’s in, who’s out and why?
¨ Do family members working in my business need UI coverage?
¨ Tips to help you avoid common mistakes in submitting quarterly wage detail reports.
¨ The costly mistakes many managers make when they file an appeal or raise an issue and how to avoid them.
¨ The most important new unemployment legislation and how it could affect your workplace.
¨ Step-by-step instructions for using the Employer Online Self-Service System to respond to UI benefit issues and why you need to know how it functions.
¨ They’ve been bad; you must be good: important follow-up you must do once you’ve dismissed a problem worker — you’ll win more dismissal decisions with the information presented!
¨ How detailed, accurate documentation can save your company money in the long run.
Who should attend:
Human resource professionals, business owners and managers, attorneys, accountants, consultants and others who are interested in learning about their rights and responsibilities under the Minnesota UI Law. This seminar is designed to satisfy the needs of the relatively inexperienced HR employee, the veteran staffer who wants to brush up on some critical knowledge, or the business owner who simply wants more information about UI regulations.
About The Presenters:
Gary Johnson, Employer / Agent Liaison — Gary has over 27 years of experience in the complex discipline of Unemployment Insurance (UI); 7 years as a Tax Auditor and 20+ years in the areas of communication, education and electronic commerce as a Project Coordinator and, more recently, as Employer/Agent Liaison with the Minnesota UI Program. Gary also coordinates the Minnesota Business Tax Education Partnership, a group comprised of members from several state and federal agencies that provides information and education on employment taxes and employer issues to employers and their representatives.
Wayne Johnson, Benefit Program Specialist — Wayne has several decades of experience in the UI Program as an adjudicator and quality auditor. He audits the decisions made by adjudicators and UI Judges, and also reviews how the judges conduct their hearings. This is done to ensure that the UI Program is meeting its federal standards for fact finding, fair hearings, and proper application of
Minnesota UI Statute.
When & Where
Minnesota WorkForce Center Duluth
Minnesota WorkForce Center Duluth
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For more information about this seminar and other services in the Duluth Area call Rhonda Rutford at 218.302.8406 or email email@example.com