Returning to work

Returning to work

Employers are continuing to face tough decisions as they navigate the ever-changing COVID landscape. Vaccinations are now widely available and mask mandates are being lifted as state and federal government officials urge people to return to pre-pandemic activities....
The Final Incident

The Final Incident

You may be wondering why you are losing unemployment claims for employees who quit or are discharged due to a long history of poor performance, attendance issues, and/or violated workplace policies. When there is a solid history of misconduct, but the state finds the...
Workers’ Compensation Claims

Workers’ Compensation Claims

Reporting all workers’ compensation claims promptly is a critical component to controlling workers’ compensation claim costs. Failure to report an employee’s claim promptly can have financial implications. Resourcing Edge requires that all claims be reported within 24...
Tax Deferral Repayments

Tax Deferral Repayments

As part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act, passed in 2020), all employers have been able to defer the deposit and payment of the employer’s share of Social Security taxes since March 27, 2020. *IRS Notice 2020-65 allowed...

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