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Nonstop Presents: Navigating Unemployment Insurance

Essential Unemployment Insurance Insight for Nonprofits with Laura Achee, Enrollment Manager, UST.

Be sure to join Nonstop and UST for our upcoming conversation on June 28th at 10AM PST as we explore ways that employers and employees can navigate unemployment insurance after a job loss. We'll be discussing:

  • How unemployment for nonprofits and nonprofit employees normally works
  • How the COVID-19 response is expected to impact unemployment for employees
  • How the COVID-19 response is expected to impact unemployment for nonprofit employers (both tax rated and reimbursing)

Join Nonstop and UST for a candid conversation about how unemployment works for nonprofits, and the changes COVID-19 is having on unemployment.

Click here to register.

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