Last Update: 8/22/17

Chapter 192-150 WAC

JOB SEPARATIONS

WAC Sections

Leaving work to accept bona fide job offer—RCW 50.20.050 (1)(b)(i) and (2)(b)(i).
Leaving work because of illness or disability—General rules and definitions—RCW 50.20.050 (1)(b)(ii) and (2)(b)(ii).
Leaving work because of disabilityNotice to employerRCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(ii).
How to qualify after benefits have been denied.
Employer-initiated layoffs or reductions in force.
Mandatory military transfersRCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(iii).
Definitions—Domestic violence and stalking—RCW 50.20.050 (1)(b)(iv) and (2)(b)(iv).
Domestic violence or stalking—RCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(iv).
Reduction in compensation of twenty-five percent or more—RCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(v).
Reduction in hours of twenty-five percent or more—RCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(vi).
Change in worksite—RCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(vii).
Worksite safety—RCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(viii).
Illegal activities at the worksite—RCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(ix).
Change in usual work that violates religious or sincere moral beliefs—RCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(x).
Change in working conditions covered by RCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(v) through (x).
When is a separation considered a refusal of new work?
Entering approved apprenticeship training—RCW 50.20.050 (2)(b)(xi).
Quitting part-time work—RCW 50.20.050(3).
General provisions—Misconduct and gross misconduct—RCW 50.04.294 and 50.20.066.
Definitions—Misconduct and gross misconduct—RCW 50.04.294 and 50.20.066.
Willful or wanton disregard—RCW 50.04.294 (1)(a) and (2).
Discharges for gross misconduct—Responsibility for providing information.
Discharges for gross misconduct—Definitions—Canceling wage credits.
Examples of flagrant and wanton misconduct.
What happens if I am discharged prior to the effective date of my resignation?
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