Unemployment. The Board, under the Kansas Employment Law, shall provide unemployment compensation for all eligible employees.
Unemployment. The Company will not contest any claim you may make for unemployment insurance benefits from the State, should you choose to seek such benefits. You should instruct the State representative to direct any unemployment inquiries to Sara Eder in the Human Resources Department. NW Natural is not responsible for information provided in response to any inquiry that is directed to anyone other than Ms. Eder.
Unemployment. 1. If an employee or former employee as referred to in article T-1 is wholly or partially unemployed, he may claim benefits pursuant to the WW if he complies with the provisions of the WW, and also claim an enhanced benefit pursuant to the BWRHBO if he complies with the provisions of the BWRHBO.
Unemployment. If a teacher is laid off as of the end of one school year and is subsequently called back prior to the beginning of the next school year, the Teacher shall repay to the District any monies received for unemployment benefits from the state less federal taxes deducted. The re-payment shall be received in the same calendar year with the repayment spread over no more than four (4) pay periods.
Unemployment. The Company will not object to any lawful application by the Executive to receive unemployment benefits.
Unemployment. A. A teacher dismissed because of a reduction in force shall be partially reimbursed for loss of job payment for seventy-five percent (75%) of accumulated sick leave. All payments are to be paid in two (2) equal payments (one in September and the other in January). If the teacher has taken another teaching position or another position with comparable pay on or before the date of the payment, then no payment will be made.