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09.32.03.00.htm 09.32.03.00. Title 09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Subtitle 32 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE Chapter 03 Extended Unemployment Insurance Benefits Authority: Labor and Employment Article, §8-305, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.32.03.01.htm 09.32.03.01. 01 Definitions.. All terms used in this regulation which are defined in the Unemployment Insurance Law shall have the same meanings as provided in that law.A. "Eligibility period" of an individual means the period of the weeks in his benefit year which begin in an extended benefit period, and, if his benefit year ends within the extended benefit period, any weeks after that which begin in that period.B. "Entitlement" An individual is entitled to extended compensation for a w
09.32.03.02.htm 09.32.03.02. 02 Computation of Rate of Insured Unemployment.. A. National "On" and "Off" Indicators. The national "on" and "off" indicators shall be determined by the United States Secretary of Labor and upon notification by that officer concerning the existence of these indicators the Secretary shall act in response to them as provided by law.B. State "On" and "Off" Indicators.. 1) The Secretary shall determine the "rate of insured unemployment" for the purposes of the State "o
09.32.03.03.htm 09.32.03.03. 03 Extended Benefit Period: Beginning and Ending.. A. Beginning and Ending an Extended Benefit Period.. 1) An extended benefit period in Maryland shall begin on the first day of the third calendar week after whichever of the following occurs first:a) A week for which there is a national "on" indicator; or. b) A week for which there is an "on" indicator in Maryland.. 2) An extended benefit in Maryland shall end on the last day of the third week after the first week
09.32.03.04.htm 09.32.03.04. 04 Extended Benefits To Federal Employees.. This State shall pay, as agent for the Secretary of Labor, and shall be reimbursed as provided in 5 U.S.C. §8505 an amount equal to the additional cost of extended compensation paid to federal civilian workers and ex-servicemen pursuant to 5 U.S.C. Chapter 85.
09.32.03.05.htm 09.32.03.05. 05 Combined Wage Credits and Interstate Benefits.. Where regular compensation exhausted by an individual or sharable regular compensation was based on combined wage credits earned in more than one state, Maryland shall pay extended benefits when it was the liable state so long as it is reimbursable in proper proportions as liable state under appropriate federal laws and regulations.
09.32.03.06.htm 09.32.03.06. 06 Terms and Conditions of State Law and Regulations.. A. Applicability of State Law and Regulations. Except when the result would be inconsistent with the other provisions of the Unemployment Insurance Law or these regulations, the provisions of the Unemployment Insurance Law and regulations promulgated pursuant to it which apply to claims for, or the payment of, regular benefits shall apply to claims for, and the payment of, extended benefits.B. Effect of Disqualifica
09.32.03.07.htm 09.32.03.07. 07 Charging and Reimbursement.. A. Charging Extended Compensation. The Secretary shall charge to the experience rating account or accounts of the respective base period employer or employers the appropriate share of any extended benefits paid a claimant in the same manner as regular benefits are charged under COMAR 09.32.01.05.B. Employer's Reimbursement of Extended Compensation. An employer who elects to come under the Unemployment Insurance Law as a reimburseable employer
09.32.03.08.htm 09.32.03.08. 08 Recovery Including Restitution and Offset.. The provisions of Maryland law that apply to recovery of overpayments (including restitution and offset) shall apply to overpayments of extended compensation. If there is recovery of extended compensation, that proportion of the amount restored or offset which represents the federal share of the original payment shall be restored to the appropriate federal accounts.
09.32.03.09.htm 09.32.03.09. 09 Duplication.. An individual who is entitled to both extended compensation under the Unemployment Insurance Law and training allowances under §203 of the Manpower Development and Training Act with respect to a week shall be treated as he would have been treated had he been entitled to both regular compensation and the training allowance.
09.32.03.10.htm 09.32.03.10. 10 Partial Claims.. Provisions requiring the reduction of regular benefits by specified deductible income are also applicable to benefits paid under the Extended Benefits Program.
09.32.03.9999.htm 09.32.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: February 1, 1973. Regulation .01C, F, I amended effective December 1, 1978 (5:24 Md. R. 1796). Regulation .01F, I amended effective December 10, 1975 (2:28 Md. R. 1666). Regulation .02B amended effective March 30, 1977 (4:7 Md. R. 577) December 1, 1978 (5:24 Md. R. 1796)Regulation .02C amended effective July 25, 1980 (7:15 Md. R. 1423) March 6, 1981 (8:5 Md. R. 472). Regulation .07 amended effective December 1, 1978 (5:24 Md. R. 1796) ―.
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