ACT NO. 56
Labor; Quarterly Wage Information; Holiday Pay; Unemployment Compensation
This act changes the quarterly wage information required from employers and no longer requires them to compute a workers average hours worked, and deletes the reference to a specific employment classification standard and refers only to whatever standard is used by the federal Department of Labor. The act also prevents an employee from collecting unemployment compensation benefits for any week in which the employee did not work full-time merely because there was a holiday and the employee received holiday pay for that holiday.
Effective Date: July 1, 2001