Cancellation of hourly wage credits due to felony or gross misdemeanor.
With respect to claims that have an effective date before January 4, 2004:
(1) An individual who has been discharged from his or her work because of a felony or gross misdemeanor of which he or she has been convicted, or has admitted committing to a competent authority, and that is connected with his or her work shall have all hourly wage credits based on that employment canceled.
(2) The employer shall notify the department of such an admission or conviction, not later than six months following the admission or conviction.
(3) The claimant shall disclose any conviction of the claimant of a work-connected felony or gross misdemeanor occurring in the previous two years to the department at the time of application for benefits.
(4) All benefits that are paid in error based on wage/hour credits that should have been removed from the claimant's base year are recoverable, notwithstanding RCW 50.20.190 or 50.24.020 or any other provisions of this title.
[2006 c 13 § 12. Prior: 2003 2nd sp.s. c 4 § 8; 1993 c 483 § 11.]
| Retroactive application -- 2006 c 13 §§ 8-22: See note following RCW 50.04.293.|
Conflict with federal requirements--Part headings not law--Severability -- 2006 c 13: See notes following RCW 50.20.120.
Conflict with federal requirements -- Severability -- Effective date -- 2003 2nd sp.s. c 4: See notes following RCW 50.01.010.
Effective dates, applicability -- Conflict with federal requirements -- Severability -- 1993 c 483: See notes following RCW 50.04.293.