Job Service Insurance Rates

In North Dakota unemployment insurance is funded by the payment of unemployment insurance taxes on employers. These rates are impacted by your claim history. When employees quit or are terminated for cause it is critical that you document this, that you pay attention to whether they make a claim for unemployment benefits, and if they do that you timely respond. It is also important that you review the annual notice you receive from Job Service regarding your tax rate. Fremstad Law can provide advice and assistance regarding claims and rates. Fremstad Law has successfully opposed unemployment claims and recently helped a client reduce the rate Job Service North Dakota sought to charge from 8.11% to .28%.  If you have questions regarding unemployment insurance, contact Joel Fremstad.