This webinar is intended for nonprofit organizations with 10 or more employees.
Creating a solid unemployment insurance strategy that includes claims administration and an insured risk management solution is essential to keeping 501c3 nonprofit organizations safe from needless unemployment costs. Learn about the state unemployment insurance (SUI) options available to your nonprofit and HR tips for success in claims management:
- How to opt-out of Arizona's 66% SUI tax increase (since 2009)
- Tools for evaluating your SUI costs and choosing the safest, cost effective unemployment financing method
- Basics of SUI program including: claim liability, base period, last employer
- Burden of proof/document for successful disqualification
Cost to Attend: Free Event
About the Presenters:
Regional Sales Director (Arizona)
First Nonprofit Group
Beth earned her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix after graduating from her hometown school, the University of Nevada, Reno with a bachelor’s degree. She has worked in many different branches of sales, including business-to-business and pharmaceutical markets. Beth brings 16 years of experience in business and sales to First Nonprofit Group. Working out of First Nonprofit Group’s Dallas office, she is building a resilient client base by offering nonprofits more efficient and secure alternatives to paying the ever-increasing state unemployment taxes.
Leigh Ann Hunker
Client Relationship Manager, Workforce Solutions
Leigh Ann Hunker has 20 years of experience representing employer interests in the unemployment claims administration space. As a Client Relationship Manager with Equifax Workforce Solutions, she is dedicated to overseeing the unemployment claims administration experience for First Nonprofit Group members. Leigh Ann shares guidance, recommendations, and best practices with nonprofit organizations to ensure program success. Drawing on years of experience as a Claims Specialist, Hearing Representative, and Account Manager she is well versed in strategies that lead to favorable outcomes and reduce benefit charges.