Unemployment Claims + HR Support
The Maine Association of Nonprofits has partnered with UST since 2002 to help our members better manage their unemployment claims, ensure HR compliance, and streamline day-to-day operations.
Since 1983, UST has been helping nonprofits better manage their unemployment claims, ensure HR compliance and streamline day-to-day operations. Learn more about their service offerings below:
- UST Trust can help direct reimbursing employers save up to 60% on unemployment costs and prepare for future unemployment costs via a self-funded reserve, while also providing access to expert HR tools, claims management services, hearings representation, e-Filing, and outplacement services.
- UST Support provides access to our most popular unemployment and HR management tools, while allowing direct reimbursing participants to maintain full control of their funding. (UST Support also provides several key features specifically designed for tax-rated employers—this includes rate forecasting, which is an aid used to help with budgeting and cash flow management).
- UST Secure is a fully insured program that provides full coverage for all claims within the year, as well as access to claims management tools, certified HR guidance and award-winning outplacement services.
- UST HR Workplace is an essential tool for staying compliant with state/federal regulations. This cloud-based platform of HR tools, templates and online training helps nonprofits create a safe, compliant, and productive workplace (note: some marketing may mention this resource is only open to 10+ employees but UST staff have confirmed it is open to organizations of all sizes).
Whether your primary focus is to protect your assets, to ensure compliance with the latest state regulations, to reduce unemployment costs or to simply allocate more time and money to your key mission initiatives, UST has a solution for you.
If your organization has 10+ employees, contact a dedicated UST Workforce Consultant at 888-249-4788 or get a Free UST Program Evaluation today.