Miscellaneous MI 65 - Reason for Decision

School Employee Claims

I. DISQUALIFICATION

(Enter Code Section 1253.3, issue SCH and Reason for Decision MI 65 plus identifying letter from the following Reasons for Decision.)

A. Reasonable Assurance – All BP Wages are School

You have reasonable assurance of work with (name of employer) in the next school year or term. After considering available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

B. Reasonable Assurance - Has Non-school BP Wages

You have reasonable assurance of work with (name of employer) in the next school year or term. After considering available facts, the Department finds you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits on wages earned with a school employer. You are eligible for payment of benefits based on wages you earned in non-school employment if you meet all other eligibility requirements.

C. Reasonable Assurance - No Non-school BP Wages - If Not Recalled, May Request Retroactive Benefits (Nonprofessional Employees)

You have reasonable assurance of work with (name of employer) in the next school year or term. After considering available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits on wages earned with a school employer. If you are not recalled to work after the recess period ends, you may request retroactive benefits. 1) Complete and mail continued claim forms for each week of the recess period. 2) Contact the Department not more than 30 days after the recess period ends. 3) Meet all other eligibility requirements.

D. Reasonable Assurance - Has Non-school BP Wages - If Not Recalled, May Request Retroactive Benefits

You have reasonable assurance of work with (name of employer) in the next school year or term. After considering available facts, the Department finds you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits on wages earned with a school employer. You are eligible for payment of benefits based on wages you earned in non-school employment if you meet all other eligibility requirements. If you are not recalled to work after the recess period ends, you may request retroactive benefits. 1) Complete and mail continued claim forms for each week of the recess period. 2) Contact the Department not more than 30 days after the recess period ends. 3) Meet all other eligibility requirements.

E. Reasonable Assurance - Vacation or Holiday Recess Period - No Non-school BP Wages

You have reasonable assurance of returning to work with (name of employer) immediately following the vacation or holiday recess period. After considering available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

F. Request for Retroactive Payment Submitted Untimely

You have requested retroactive payments. The information available to the Department shows your request was submitted more than 30 days after the school year or term began on (school beginning date). You do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

G. Request for Retroactive Payment - Ineligible Under Other Code Section

You have requested retroactive payments. You were not eligible under another section of the Unemployment Insurance Code during the recess period. After considering available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

H. Request for Retroactive Payment - Refused Offer of Suitable Work

You have requested retroactive payments, but you refused an offer of work with (name of employer). Information available to the Department shows the work was suitable. Your reasons for refusal do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

I. Request for Retroactive Payment - Did Not Submit Continued Claim Forms

You have requested retroactive payment. You did not submit your claim form(s) for the week(s) ending (enter date) through (enter date) until (enter date). After considering available information, the Department finds you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

J. No Longer in Use

K. Reasonable Assurance - Offer Not Contingent On Enrollment, Funding or Program Changes

You have reasonable assurance of work with (name of employer) in the next school year or term. Information available to the Department does not show the offer of work is contingent on enrollment, funding or program changes. You do not meet the legal requirements for benefit payments.

L. Request for Retroactive Payment - Instructional, Research or Principle Administrative Employee

You requested retroactive payments. An individual who performs services in an instructional, research or principal administrative capacity for an educational institution is not eligible for retroactive benefit payments. After considering available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits.

M. Reasonable Assurance - Vacation or Holiday Recess Period - Has Non-school BP Wages

You have reasonable assurance of returning to work with (name of employer) immediately following the vacation or holiday recess period. After considering available information, the Department finds that you do not meet the legal requirements for benefit payments earned with a school employer. You are eligible for benefit payments based on wages you earned in non-school employment if you meet all other eligibility requirements.

N. Reasonable Assurance - Change in Terms and Conditions is Not Substantial - Has Non-school BP Wages

You have reasonable assurance of returning to work with (name of employer) in the next school year or term. Information available to the Department shows the change in the economic terms and conditions of the work offered are not substantial. You do not meet the legal requirement for benefit payment based on wages earned with a school employer. You are eligible for benefit payments based on wages you earned in non-school employment if you meet all other eligibility requirements.

O. Reasonable Assurance - Change in Terms and Conditions Not Substantial - If Not Recalled, May Request Retroactive Benefits - No Non-school BP Wages (Nonprofessional Employees)

You have reasonable assurance of work with (name of employer) in the next school year or term. Information available to the Department shows the change in the economic terms and conditions of the work offered are not substantial. You do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits on wages earned with a school employer. If you are not recalled to work after the recess period ends, you may request retroactive benefits. 1) Complete and mail continued claim forms for each week of the recess period. 2) Contact the Department not more than 30 days after the recess period ends. 3) Meet all other eligibility requirements.

P. Reasonable Assurance - Change in Terms and Conditions Not Substantial - If Not Recalled, May Request Retroactive Benefits - Has Non-school BP Wages

You have reasonable assurance of work with (name of employer) in the next school year or term. Information available to the Department shows the change in economic terms and conditions of the work offered are not substantial. You do not meet the legal requirements for payment of benefits on wages earned with a school employer. You are eligible for benefit payments based on wages earned in non-school employment if you meet all other eligibility requirements. If you are not recalled to work after the recess period ends, you may request retroactive benefits. 1) Complete and mail continued claim forms for each week of the recess period. 2) Contact the Department not more than 30 days after the recess period ends. 3) Meet all other eligibility requirements.

Q. No Longer in Use

II. ELIGIBLE

AA. No Reasonable Assurance

After considering available information, the claimant does not have reasonable assurance of returning to work.

BB. No Reasonable Assurance Because of Substantial Change in Work Offered

After considering available information, the claimant does not have reasonable assurance to return to work because there is a substantial change in the economic terms and conditions of the work offered.

CC. No Reasonable Assurance at End of Vacation or Holiday Recess Period

After considering available information, the claimant does not have reasonable assurance to return to work immediately following the end of the vacation or holiday recess period.

DD. No Reasonable Assurance - Reemployment Contingent on Enrollment, Funding or Program Changes

After considering available information, the claimant does not have reasonable assurance of returning to work following the recess period because the offer of employment is contingent on enrollment, funding, or program changes.

EE. Not in Recess Period - Available for Work With School Employer

After considering the available facts, the claimant is available for work with a school employer and is not in a recess period.

FF. Reasonable Assurance Requirements Do Not Apply

After considering available information, the reasonable assurance requirements do not apply as the claimant’s unemployment was due to the loss of customarily scheduled work and not due to the school recess.

GG. Contract Reduction

After considering the available information, the claimant does not have reasonable assurance to return to work because of the loss of customarily scheduled work due to a reduction in the claimant’s contract from (e.g., 12 months to 10 months).

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