How to Get to Up to 100% WOTC Screening and Why

Want your HR team to help drop money to your bottom line? Download our HR Best Practices “How to Get to Up to 100% WOTC Screening and Why” to learn how.

You and your HR team have been faced with so many challenges in the past 2 years, and are hopefully getting the recognition you deserve. What if you could potentially help drop money to your bottom line while completing your normal hiring requirements, further proving how valuable your HR team is to your organization? One very tangible way to do this is by taking advantage of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC). Whether you aren’t screening at all or not screening up to 100% of your applicants, you may be leaving money on the table that could be helping improve your HR team’s contributions to the business. 

We have put together this resource called HR Best Practices: How to Get to Up to 100% WOTC Screening and Why that gives practical advice such as: 

  • What qualifies someone for a WOTC tax credit

  • The importance of screening ALL your applicants, including a practical example of how much a 25% increase in screening might pay off

  • How pairing it with Form I-9 can help improve your chances of getting the screening form completed

  • The added benefit of potentially helping your DE&I initiatives

Download our Best Practices guide today, and you can also listen to our podcast How to Capture Up to 100% WOTC Screening on the same topic. 


 

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