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August 2, 2010

Oasis Outsourcing is committed to providing guidance and resources to assist PEO clients in understanding the often confusing and tedious unemployment claim process.  If your company is ever faced with unemployment claims, rest assured that our team of experts will be there to help you through the process.

How Unemployment Works
The Social Security Act of 1935 was established for the purpose of providing monetary benefits for a period of time to workers who had lost their jobs through no fault of their own.  As we know, unemployment was not intended to be a government-funded entitlement program but to be supported by a combination of federal and state taxes on an employer’s payroll.  Each state administers its own unemployment benefits and has state-specific regulations that affects how its unemployment benefits are administered. 


July 26, 2010

The Employee Life Cycle: What is it?  How can you make the most of it? And – most importantly – how does Oasis help you maximize employee engagement throughout the life cycle?


July 19, 2010

For many years, the “book value” of a company has consisted almost entirely of tangible assets. More recently, a paradigm shift has occurred, causing “book value” and “market value” to diverge in course. They are no longer one and the same. “This disassociation of market and book value meant that companies were now able to generate excess earnings, that is, earnings higher than what would be expected for their tangible assets alone. Indeed, research has shown that the earnings on tangible assets are generally no greater than the product of a company’s weighted average cost of capital and the book value of these assets.


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