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    Recalls, Refusals, and the Future of Unemployment

    Date: May 28, 2020, 1:00pm
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    The Cares Act has put emergency provisions into the CT DOL unemployment insurance system giving richer benefits than ever before, for longer periods. While this is a huge relief to employees affected by Covid-19, employers have questions as to how this will effect their ability to re-staff their businesses and what financial impact it may have. Many furloughed employees are now earning substantially more on unemployment than their employer paid them while working, and may be less apt to return to work.

    Please join us for an interactive session that will address:

    • Financial risk of Covid-19 unemployment charges to for-profit and non-profit businesses
    • How to properly track and protest your charges
    • Best practices for implementing your recall process to limit UI liability
    • “Good cause” for refusing to return to work

    An update of current state of the UI system will be followed with a question and answer period in an interactive chat session. Registrants are encouraged to pose any questions they may have relative to their workforce and impacted states of operation. You can forward your questions in advance to Meghan Avery at .

    Be well, stay safe, we look forward to hearing from you all soon!


    Since 1990, Unemployment Tax Control Associates (UTCA) has assisted clients to reduce the costs and complexities of managing their unemployment compensation programs, utilizing a unique pre-emptive approach.