Navigating the road ahead
Unemployment insurance is one of the most significant labor costs facing many companies today. When there are large shifts in unemployment costs, such as those that have occurred in recent years, everyone from internal auditors to potential investors raises tough questions. The road to understanding unemployment insurance takes many twists and turns, and requires the skilled navigation of multiple internal and external drivers. To assist you and your company in steering essential discussions about unemployment insurance costs, both past and future, this webcast will offer straight-forward answers to these questions:
- What factors have led to our current unemployment insurance costs?
- How will federal and state policy affect the future cost picture?
- How can businesses forecast and manage future trends?
Please join Ernst & Young LLP and guest speaker, Doug Holmes, President at UWC (Strategic Services on Unemployment & Workers' Compensation), on Thursday, 12 April for insights and lively discussion about the why and how of unemployment insurance cost management.
Nicki King, Ernst & Young LLP, Unemployment Claims Center, Dallas, TX
Ken Hausser, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Advisory Services, Iselin, NJ
Debera Salam, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Advisory Services, Houston, TX
Doug Holmes, President, UWC (Strategic Services on Unemployment & Workers' Compensation)
Greg Carver, Ernst & Young LLP, Employment Tax Advisory Services, Dallas, TX