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BR-121760 (4/20/12)

Date: 
04/20/2012
Author: 
BOR (Board of Review)

If the claimant has had a mix of different types of educational employment during the base-period preceding a new academic term, the examiner will look to the claimant’s primary base period employment in determining whether there was “reasonable assurance of reemployment.” If there is no reasonable assurance of reemployment in the claimant’s primary job, then the claimant is eligible for benefits. If there is reasonable assurance of reemployment in the claimant’s secondary job, then the wages from the secondary job will be excluded in determining the amount of the claimant’s benefit rate and credit.

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