that you could be paying for unemployment chargebacks two years from now? Even if your ex-employee moves onto another job, if their reason for leaving you qualifies, you pay.
Texas Workforce looks at the “base period” for determining which employer pays. That often covers a span of two years. This is why you may receive a “chargeback” notice long after a person has left your employ.
Pay attention to these notices. And, pay attention to how your employees leave. The most costly unemployment claims occur down the road.