UIPL 10-20, Change 1 provides guidance on ‘between and within terms’ denial provisions
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Thursday, June 4, 2020

UIPL 10-20, Change 1 provides guidance on ‘between and within terms’ denial provisions

By Payroll and Entitlements Editorial Staff

New UIPL 10-20, Change 1 provides guidance to the states on unemployment compensation eligibility for individuals affected by COVID-19 whose employment is subject to the “between and within terms” denial provisions (Section 3304(a)(6)(A) of the FUTA).

The UIPL includes: (1) an explanation of the “between and within terms” denial provisions; (2) application of these provisions within the context of responding to the spread of COVID-19; (3) application of these provisions as they relate to an individual working remotely; (4) application of these provisions as they relate to an individual working in a nonprofessional capacity; (5) guidance for determining whether an individual has a “reasonable assurance” of continued employment within the context of COVID-19; and (6) application of the “between and within terms” denial provisions for programs included in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act (Public Law 116-136).

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