Help For Employers Available in Leadville Thursday
March has fully arrived and the first week has gotten off to a fierce start, with more snow and inclement weather in the forecast over the next 36 hours, but the end of the week ends on a high note, if the report remains accurate.
Fortunately, the weather was pretty near perfect for Leadville Ski Joring and Crystal Carnival events, especially on Saturday. It was a good winter weekend and business seemed strong on historic Harrison Avenue. Leadville Today will be posting that report, including photos and images soon.
Until then, as you sit and watch winter rage a return outside, here is some information for employers about a FREE presentation coming up this Thursday that could be helpful to your business. Happy Monday!
Unemployment Law Can Be Complicated, Help Here
The Department of Labor and Employment’s Division of Unemployment Insurance is holding a series of free presentations across Colorado to help employers better understand the state’s unemployment insurance laws. One of these educational presentations is coming to the Vertex Work Space, 1205 Harrison Avenue in Leadville this Thursday, March 9 starting at 9 a.m.
Understanding Unemployment Insurance (UI) can be a challenge. Come get answers from the UI experts from the Employer Services Division at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. This in person seminar is sponsored by the Leadville Workforce Center, call (719)486-2428 or email email@example.com. RSVP’s and questions are encouraged.
Topics to be discussed include how premiums and benefits are calculated, payment options, wage reporting, accurate premium payment, online tools to manage your account, audits and classification of workers as employees or independent contractors and seasonal vs. regular, a discussion of the appeals process will also be included. Seasonal business classification.
The presentation will help employers learn how to properly report wages, identify pitfalls and common mistakes and develop processes to ensure they are fully in compliance with unemployment insurance laws. Among the topics to be covered during the event:
- Correct wage reporting
- How premiums and benefits are calculated
- Accurate premium payments
- Using online tools to manage unemployment insurance premium accounts
- Proper classification of workers as employees or independent contractors
- Understanding the unemployment insurance appeals process
“Managing the unemployment insurance process can be complicated,” says Ellen Golombek, Executive Director of the Department of Labor and Employment. “This presentation will underscore the most important information business owners and human resource professionals need, delivered in a way that’s easily understood and immediately applicable.”
The free workshop is for employers only and provides an opportunity to build knowledge, improve practices and make sense of it all. Employers will learn their rights and responsibilities and be able to implement a penalty-proof program.