"Partially unemployed" defined
Sec. 2. An individual is "partially unemployed" when, because of lack of available work, he is working less than his normal customary full-time hours for his regular employer and his remuneration is less than his weekly benefit amount in any calendar week, but no individual shall be deemed totally, part-totally, or partially unemployed in any week which he is regularly and customarily employed full-time on a straight commission basis.
(Formerly: Acts 1947, c.208, s.302.)
Exceptions; on call or as needed employment
Sec. 3. An individual is not totally unemployed, part-totally unemployed, or partially unemployed for any week in which the individual:
(1) is regularly and customarily employed on an on-call or as needed basis; and
(A) remuneration for personal services payable to the individual; or
(B) work available from the individual's on-call or as needed employer.
As added by P.L.2-2011, SEC.1.
Exception; vacation period with remuneration
Sec. 4. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), an individual is not totally unemployed, part-totally unemployed, or partially unemployed for any week in which the department finds that the individual:
(1) is on a vacation week; and
(2) is receiving, or has received, remuneration from the employer for that week.
(b) Subsection (a) does not apply to an individual whose employer fails to comply with a department rule or policy regarding the filing of a notice, report, information, or claim in connection with an individual, group, or mass separation arising from the vacation period.
As added by P.L.2-2011, SEC.2. Amended by P.L.6-2012, SEC.151.