North Carolina Unemployment Insurance Reform

In this Presentation:

- The Push for Reform

- House Bill 4

- Increased UI Tax Rates

- Reduction in Weekly Benefit Amount

- Reduction in Duration of Benefits

- Waiting Week for Each Claim

- New Definition of “Suitable Work”

- Elimination of “Good Cause” Reasons for Quitting

- “Substantial Fault” Repealed

- Higher Burden to Prove Misconduct in “Discharge” Claims

- Proving Misconduct

- Restrictions on Attached Claims

- Action Items

- Action Items-Focus on Effective Documentation

- After a Claim is Filed . . . Provide Adequate Response to NCUI 500 AB

- Responding to NCUI 500 AB

- Handling Appeals Hearings

- Resources

- Excerpt from The Push for Reform:

- NC owed Federal Treasury approximately $2.5 billion

- Employers faced continued prospect of annual increases in FUTA taxes until debt paid off

•Not expected to occur until 2019 under old system

Please see full Presentation below for more information.

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Topics:  Insurance Reform, Unemployment, Unemployment Insurance

Published In: Labor & Employment Updates, Tax Updates

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