Unemployment insurance can represent a significant cost of doing business and is variable depending on your work states, employment history and management practices. Forecasting your 2014 and future costs depends on how you rate in each of these three areas. Getting started in this analysis is as easy as 1-2-3.
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Step 1: Tell us about you
1. First name:
2. Last name:
3. Company name:
4. Your email address:
5. Your phone number:
6. Number of employees:
 
6a. What was your total unemployment insurance cost in 2013 (FUTA and SUI, or direct reimbursement)
7. Number of related companies:
8. Number of work states:
9. Have you had a merger or acquisition in the last 3 years?
10. Industry:
Step 2: How does your claims management rate? Take our survey
1. How many employees terminated in 2013?   Don't know
2. In 2013, how many state requests did you receive for employee separation information?   Don't know
  2a. How many of your responses were timely submitted?   Don't know
3. In 2013, how many unemployment claims did you protest?   Don't know
4. In 2013, the state workforce agencies denied unemployment benefits to how many of your applicants?   Don't know
5. Do front-line supervisors receive unemployment insurance training?
  5a. How often?
  5b. Is it mandatory?
6. Is training provided in preparation for a claims hearing?
7. Do you receive meaningful management reports that measure the efficiency of your claims management program?
  7a. How often?
  7b. Is review and discussion encouraged?
  7c. Can these reports be customized?
8. We manage our own claims
  8a. Who is your third-party provider?
  8b. How do you rate your third-party provider (5 is outstanding)
9. What do you value most in a claims management program? Please choose up to 3. Timely response to UI notices
Successful protest of disqualified claims
Meaningful benchmark reports/feedback
Customization and personal attention
Comprehensive/on demand management training
Representation with and assistance in claims hearings
UI tax rate review/protest
UI tax rate/expense forecasting
10. Are you aware of the UI Integrity Act and its consequences if you or your third-party don't respond timely and fully to UI notices?
Step 3: How do your work states rate?
1. How do your work states rate? Please choose up to 5.
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Puerto Rico
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Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
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