N.J. Admin. Code § 12:17-22.5 - Payment of family leave insurance benefits during unemployment for individuals working for exempt employers

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) This section provides that weeks and wages earned by an individual employed by an out-of-State employer or by the Federal government, shall be excluded from benefit calculations under the Family Leave Insurance Benefits During Unemployment Program.
(b) Where a claimant's most recent employing unit was not a covered employer, family leave insurance benefits during unemployment shall be paid to the individual under 43:21-4(f)(2), provided the claimant has sufficient weeks and wages as a covered individual during the base year to establish a valid claim and is otherwise eligible.
(c) A claim for family leave insurance benefits during unemployment, which was previously established as a valid unemployment claim based wholly or in part on wages from employment that is not with a covered employer shall be redetermined. Eligibility for family leave insurance benefits during unemployment shall be based solely on wages earned as a covered individual during the base year to establish a valid claim for benefits.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 12:17-22.5

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