The last year and a half has proven that risk management and cost containment are key tenets of your business strategy, including unemployment costs. Triggered by COVID-19, unemployment claims hit unprecedented highs in Indiana and across the nation. Furthermore, the spike in unemployment claims will have long term effects on state unemployment insurance (SUI). And, because of the high demand, the state funds that administer and pay unemployment claims are significantly diminished from their pre-covid levels.
Does that leave you wondering: how do I proactively manage risk and contain (or even reduce) my costs compared to the state fund?
First Nonprofit is proud to provide state-compliant, individually insured, cost-saving options to satisfy SUI requirements for nonprofit and governmental employers, meaning more financial control, improved risk mitigation and better services for your team. What about cost savings? New customers leaving the SUI Fund have seen cost savings of 30% and greater.
During this 60-minute live webinar on Wednesday, September 29, you’ll learn about:
Get one hour of SHRM continuing education credits when you attend the on-demand session.
SVP & Consultant
As SVP and Consultant, Paul works with clients to create benefits and total rewards strategies that result in great outcomes. He has more than 18 years of industry experience and holds his Certified Employee Benefit Specialist designation. Paul is adjunct faculty at Butler University’s Lacy College of Business as well as a certified sommelier. In his spare time he’s a father of five who formally served as a board member and board chair for Outreach, Inc. Currently he is part of LLS Indiana’s Executive Leadership Team, and a board member on the Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation.
Regional Sales Director, First Nonprofit
Marshall is a graduate of University of Nevada, earning a B.S. with a concentration in Elementary Education. In his role, Marshall works directly with program partners, insurance brokers, members, and prospective members around the country.
Prior to joining First Nonprofit in 2010, he had a background in sales, sales management, and project management. Marshall also maintains a Property & Casualty insurance license and utilizes his experience in the insurance industry to introduce the value of risk transfer alternatives.