The Truth about WOTC Forecasting

WORKFORCE WISE™ — EPISODE 5
19 Minutes

The Truth about WOTC Forecasting

HR departments are increasingly being measured on the amount of WOTC credit they facilitate throughout the year. But how do you know if your organization is close to maximizing its full WOTC potential? Listen in for helpful tips on how to better track and claim the maximum amount allowed. You’ll hear from the experts with over 20-years of experience on why forecasting WOTC is so critical.
Helpful Resources

 

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EBOOK

WOTC: Fact vs. Fiction
Explore six of the biggest WOTC myths that could stop you from maximizing your savings.
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WHITE PAPER

Dual Value of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit
Learn how you can take advantage of benefits as well as best practices to help make the WOTC process easy and effortless.
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WEBINAR

Proven WOTC Best Practices for Day 1 Success
Get insights that can help you maximize WOTC, including which KPIs you need to be tracking.
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Why You Should Strive for 100% WOTC Screening

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