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Posted on September 5, 2012

Unemployment benefits provide a financial bridge for unemployed individuals to their next source of employment. The unemployment system, however, has a high propensity for being subject to abuse, fraud, and improper claims. With these concerns in mind, this article provides information to ensure you, a nonprofit employer, are in compliance with the Georgia Department of Labor guidelines and to protect your nonprofit organization from improper unemployment claims.