09.32.02.15

.15 Monetary Eligibility.

A. The following payments are considered wages for the purpose of determining a claimant's monetary eligibility for benefits:

(1) Any wage received for covered employment as defined by the Unemployment Insurance Law;

(2) Holiday pay;

(3) Vacation pay; and

(4) Special pay.

B. Payments Not Considered Wages.

(1) The following payments are not considered wages for the purpose of determining a claimant's monetary eligibility for benefits:

(a) Severance pay, dismissal pay, wage continuation, or pay instead of notice of termination; and

(b) Pension.

C. Holiday pay, vacation pay, and special pay shall be considered wages for the purpose of determining a claimant's monetary eligibility at the time the payments are made even if the pay is attributed to a different time for benefit purposes.