(a) To Specific Employer. - Benefits paid to an individual under a claim filed for a period occurring after the date of the individual's separation from employment may not be charged to the account of the employer by whom the individual was employed at the time of the separation if the separation is due to one of the reasons listed below and the employer promptly notifies the Division, in accordance with rules adopted by the Division, of the reason:
(1) The individual left work without good cause attributable to the employer.
(2) The employer discharged the individual for misconduct in connection with the work.
(3) The employer discharged the individual solely for a bona fide inability to do the work for which the individual was hired and the individual's period of employment was 100 days or less.
(4) The separation is a disqualifying separation under G.S. 96-14.7.
(b) To Any Base Period Employer. - Benefits paid to an individual may not be charged to the account of an employer of the individual if the benefits paid meet any of the following descriptions:
(1) They were paid to an individual who is attending a vocational school or training program approved by the Division.
(2) They were paid to an individual for unemployment due directly to a major natural disaster declared by the President pursuant to the Disaster Relief Act of 1970, and the individual receiving the benefits would have been eligible for disaster unemployment assistance under this federal act if the individual had not received benefits under this Chapter.
(3) They were paid to an individual who left work for good cause under G.S. 96-14.8.
(4) They were paid as a result of a decision by the Division and the decision is ultimately reversed upon final adjudication.
(c) Current Employer. - At the request of the employer, no benefit charges may be made to the account of an employer that has furnished work to an individual who, because of the loss of employment with one or more other employers, is eligible for partial benefits while still being furnished work by the employer on substantially the same basis and substantially the same wages as had been made available to the individual during the individual's base period. This prohibition applies regardless of whether the employments were simultaneous or successive. A request made under this subsection must be filed in accordance with rules adopted by the Division. (2013-2, s. 4; 2013-224, s. 19.)
Last modified: March 23, 2014