787 KAR 1:100 - Week of unemployment defined

RELATES TO: KRS 341.080

NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 341.080(3) authorizes the cabinet to prescribe by administrative regulation the period of time which shall constitute a week of unemployment for the purpose of administering the Unemployment Insurance Program in accordance with KRS Chapter 341. This administrative regulation establishes an exception to the definition of week of unemployment.

Section 1. Except for any week a worker received shared work benefits in accordance with KRS 341.4161 to 341.4173, a week of unemployment shall be a calendar week of seven (7) consecutive calendar days beginning 12:01 a.m. on Sunday and ending 12 midnight the following Saturday. A week of unemployment beginning in a benefit year shall be deemed to be wholly in that benefit year.

Notes

787 KAR 1:100
22 Ky.R. 465; Am. 910; eff. 11-6-95; Crt eff. 2-24-2020; 49 Ky.R. 1575; eff. 12/22/2022; 49 Ky.R. 1675, 2097; eff. 8/1/2023.

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 341.080(3), 341.115

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