This Bloomberg Law white paper offers employers insight into how shared-work benefits can be less expensive for employers than full-unemployment benefits. This report examines shared-work plans in the four methods that states use to calculate unemployment tax rates for employers -- the benefit-ratio method, the reserve-ratio method, the benefit-wage ratio method, and the payroll decline method.
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