In a smaller organization, employees often have many roles, and likely, your role involves much more than just processing unemployment claims. As an organization with little claims activity and a low employee count, you may feel that making your unemployment cost management process a priority is unnecessary. Not true!! In a smaller organization, it is important to realize that each unemployment claim and charge received have a great impact on the unemployment tax rate.

That is why CCC recommends employers of all sizes take the time to audit all charges received from the state unemployment agency. What should an employer look for when performing an audit?

An employer of any size and industry can benefit from looking into each unemployment charge assessed against their unemployment tax account.  For CCC clients, our claims management system has been designed to audit all aspects of a claim to ensure that your account has been charged accurately. CCC makes sure to assign actual liability to each claim, instead of the state average used by many third-party administrators.

Do you want more information on what to look for when auditing claims? Would you like someone else to do this for your organization? Contact CCC  to find out more about how we can save your organization time & money!


Contact CCC to see how we can save your organization time and money.
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