Kan. Admin. Regs. § 50-3-3 - Continued claims for benefits; intrastate workers

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 25, June 23, 2022

(a) Continued claim for benefits. Continued claims for benefits shall be filed as prescribed by the division setting forth the following:
(1) That the worker is unemployed;
(2) that the worker has performed no services and earned no wages except as reported; and
(3) any other information required.
(A) Change in status. A worker who initiated a claim as partially unemployed and who becomes temporarily unemployed and remains so through four consecutive weeks shall be formally registered for work in accordance with practices of the job service and thereafter continue the claims as a totally unemployed worker until the worker again becomes partially unemployed.
(b) Manner of reporting. The worker shall file continued claims by mail, telehone, or as otherwise directed by the division.
(c) Frequency of reporting.
(1) Workers filing claims for total, partial, or temporary unemployment shall file their continued claims for benefits on a weekly basis by telephone or as otherwise instructed.
(2) Claims for partial or temporary unemployment. A worker filing continued claims for benefits for partial or temporary unemployment shall file these claims by telephone, or as otherwise instructed any time within seven days from the close of the week of partial or temporary unemployment being claimed.
(d) Failure to contact a representative of the division or late filing; totally or partially unemployed workers. If a worker fails to file a continued claim for benefits as directed, as provided in subsection (c) of this regulation, but does so during the subsequent week, establishes good cause in accordance with K.A.R. 50-3-4(a) for the late filing, and is otherwise eligible, the claim shall be accepted by the division. If a worker fails to contact the division when directed to do so in accordance with subsection (c) of this regulation, then subsequent continued claims filed by the worker shall be denied until the worker contacts a representative of the division. These denied claims shall be reinstated and allowed if the worker is otherwise eligible, and if the individual contacts a representative of the division within 14 days from the date the worker should have contacted a representative and at that time establishes good cause as provided in K.A.R. 50-3-4(a) for the failure to contact a representative of the division as directed.
(e) Failure to report to participate in the worker profiling and reemployment service program. A worker selected to participate in reemployment services shall have good cause for failure to do so if the worker was prevented from participation due to any of the following reasons:
(1) Employment;
(2) illness or disability;
(3) current participation in or previous completion of similar services;
(4) relocation from the area or residing beyond a reasonable commuting distance from the services;
(5) compelling personal reasons; or
(6) unreasonableness or impracticality of participation.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 50-3-3
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 1999 Supp. 44-705(a) and (b), 44-709(a), and 44-714(a); effective Jan. 1, 1966; amended Jan. 1, 1971; amended Jan. 1, 1974; amended May 1, 1980; amended Feb. 16, 2001.

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