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2017 Arkansas Code
Title 11 - Labor and Industrial Relations
Chapter 10 - Department of Workforce Services Law
Subchapter 6 - Shared Work Plans
§ 11-10-610. Amount of benefits -- Filing of claims
Universal Citation: AR Code § 11-10-610 (2017)
- (a) The shared work unemployment compensation weekly benefit amount shall be the product of the regular weekly unemployment compensation amount multiplied by the percentage of reduction of at least ten percent (10%) in the individual's usual weekly hours of work.
- (b) An individual may be eligible for shared work unemployment compensation benefits or unemployment compensation, as appropriate, except that no individual shall be eligible for combined benefits in any benefit year in an amount more than the maximum entitlement established for unemployment compensation, nor shall an individual be paid shared work unemployment compensation benefits for more than twenty-five (25) weeks, whether or not consecutive, in any benefit year pursuant to a shared work plan.
- (c) The shared work unemployment compensation benefits paid an individual shall be deducted from the maximum entitlement amount established for that individual's benefit year.
- (d) Claims for shared work unemployment compensation benefits shall be filed in the same manner as claims for unemployment compensation or as prescribed in regulations by the Director of the Department of Workforce Services.
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