Unemployment Cost & Claims Management Services
Automate unemployment claims management to reduce the risk, cost, and burden of handling unemployment benefits while increasing compliance.
Organizations need a partner to customize and support their unemployment cost management program throughout the entire employee lifecycle. Experian Employer Services has experts to provide seamless implementation of our unemployment cost management services, handling your claims and hearings administration, benefiting audit and reconciliation, State Information Data Exchange System (SIDES) platform management and more.
Protect your organization against incorrect unemployment benefit charging and overpayments. Each state may make mistakes by charging the incorrect employers or by charging too many weeks of benefits. You can recoup overpayments with our unemployment management system to examine your current charges, tax structure, policies and practices while our analysts perform constant unemployment insurance audits of the account to ensure only qualified claimants collect benefits.
Transform the way you manage UI claims and taxes to focus on bigger, more pressing business challenges. Our unemployment management solution is designed to streamline the process of managing unemployment insurance claims, appeals, and wage determinations, freeing you to focus on solving pressing business challenges. Based on relevant unemployment information, our team of analysts handles the entire unemployment claims management process on your behalf.
Reduce the uncertainty of unemployment hearings. If you need to appeal an unemployment decision and request a hearing, our experienced staff handles the process: clearly identifies key issues of the hearing, secures the appropriate witnesses, and ensures administrative items are filed correctly and in a timely manner.
Ensure the highest level of service and support with experts in the regulations and bureaucracy associated with unemployment claims. Changing federal and state regulations place an ever-increasing burden on your staff responsible for completing the work correctly and on time. To help you resolve this, we keep them informed and trained to handle unemployment management-related situations effortlessly.
Improve multiple aspects of your unemployment cost management services with the following advantages: eliminate paperwork; error-free claim responses to state agencies; easy access to supporting documentation; prioritize responses to claims by the due date; acquire real-time global and segmented reports; improve performance and compliance rate with a merit-based system.
Navigating the unemployment claims process can be complicated. Experian Employer Services’ unemployment cost management services give you access to our team of professionals who can help you handle the unemployment management process. Whether you’re wondering how to protest a claim, process an appeal, set up your account, or get representation at hearings, our team of experts is here to help.
Unemployment claims management is complex, but navigating this process doesn’t need to be. As one of the leading unemployment cost management providers, we provide you and your team access to our powerful, cloud-based platform that makes it easy to prepare for hearings.
Our intuitive platform allows you to spot errors, prepare for your cases and hearings, and manage your unemployment claims cases from start to finish. By automating the unemployment claims process, you’ll be able to save more time and create an error-free workflow.
An important aspect of unemployment management is managing unemployment taxes. You can use our solution and work with our team to ensure the right amount of unemployment taxes are paid based on your tax rate. From transferring unemployment experience to receiving consultations on restructuring or merging, our professionals can work with you to strategically analyze your situation to reduce your unemployment liability.
Experian Employer Services makes unemployment cost management more effortless, and employers can leverage various tools to improve efficiency and ensure compliance. Along with our unemployment management services, your HR teams can enjoy the following solutions:
Unemployment claims management is the process of managing unemployment insurance claims made by former employees. When an employee loses their job, they might be eligible to receive unemployment benefits. They will have to go through their state’s unemployment agency when claiming these benefits. The unemployment benefits an employee receives are based on their former salary, which will be issued weekly. If an employee becomes eligible to claim unemployment benefits, they are often paid for by their previous employer through state unemployment taxes.
Unemployment claims can be expensive, and investing in unemployment cost management services can help reduce your overall financial liability by reducing the number of claims filed against you. This can be done through several methods, like reducing employee turnover and ensuring accurate claims.
When it comes to unemployment management, the goal is to streamline the administrative tasks that come with handling these claims, which can be complex and time-consuming. By turning to unemployment cost management companies like Experian Employer Services, you can ensure compliance with state and federal agencies, lower the amount you spend on unemployment insurance premiums, appeal claims and protect your bottom line.
As an employer, there are several taxes you’re responsible for paying. One of those taxes is unemployment taxes, which helps fund unemployment insurance that goes toward benefits for employees who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own. However, unemployment insurance can dig into your bottom line, and failing to monitor claims closely can be costly. In this guide, we unpack everything you need to know about unemployment insurance taxes, claims and how claims management services can help.
Employees who are part of unions have the legal right to strike, but are striking employees entitled to unemployment benefits? With the latest strike by the United Auto Workers (UAW) as an example, we break down how labor strikes typically disqualify employees from unemployment benefits, how strikes can affect employees across the supply chain and how working with cost management services can help you navigate the complexities of unemployment claims and striking workers.
When an employee files an unemployment claim, the unemployment agency looks at evidence from the employee’s and employer’s perspectives. Maintaining a well-documented paper trail as an employer can help you protect yourself from unjustified unemployment claims that can impact your finances. Employer’s claim management services can help you reduce unemployment claims, and this guide explores tips on ensuring proper documentation.
In addition to federal unemployment insurance, each state has its own unemployment agency. In 2023, the federal government announced it would provide more than $204 million in grants to 18 states and the U.S. Virgin Islands to modernize and upgrade their unemployment insurance systems. In this blog, we provide information on the states receiving funding, why updating their unemployment insurance systems is important, and more.
Many state’s unemployment insurance programs took a hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, where employees in numerous industries lost their jobs and relied on unemployment benefits to weather the global pandemic. In this article, you will learn about the changes to the Connecticut unemployment tax and benefit system and how it might impact Connecticut employers.
Many states regularly update their state agency systems. Colorado’s Department of Labor recently launched a new portal called MyUI Employer+, which allows employers and third-party agents to manage their unemployment accounts. Colorado employers can learn how this new portal can benefit them, such as eliminating the need for a signed power of attorney document when registering themselves in the State Information Data Exchange System (SIDES) with an Integrated Partner.