Posted on May 26, 2021

This past year has seen record levels of unemployment insurance claims filed in Georgia. Unemployment insurance is temporary income for workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own. In Georgia, employers typically bear the cost of those benefits by paying a pro rata share of each employees’ wages into the Georgia Department of Labor’s Employment Security system. Learn how Georgia’s Employment Security law provides options for nonprofit employers that can lead to significantly reduced liability for unemployment claims. Our speaker addresses:

• Which employers are required to pay into Georgia’s unemployment tax system?

• Advantages of certain options available to nonprofits paying into the unemployment system?

• How to put up your best case when challenging claims for unemployment benefits.


Speaker: Tracie Maurer, Principal at Jackson Lewis

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