Unemployment compensation law




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APPENDIX

 

 

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Supplementary Provisions of Amendatory Statutes

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1977, JULY 9, P.L.41, NO.22

 

Section 14.  Should the Federal statute relating to the inclusion of employees of political subdivisions within the State's unemployment compensation laws as a requirement for receiving Federal unemployment funds or loans be declared unconstitutional the provisions added to the Unemployment Compensation Law by this amendatory act are repealed insofar as they relate to political subdivisions and their employees.



Compiler's Note: Act 22 added or amended sections 4, 302, 308.2, 401, 402, 402.1, 402.2, 402.3, 401-A, 601, 704, 705, 1002, 1102, 1104, 1105, 1201, 1202, 1202.1, 1202.2, 1202.3, 1202.4 and 1202.5 of Act 1.

Section 15.  This act shall take effect January 1, 1978, except that the amendments to sections 308.1, 401-A and 1104 shall take effect immediately and the provisions of section 401-A shall be retroactive to June 1, 1977.

 

 

1979, DECEMBER 12, P.L.503, NO.108



 

Section 2.  This act has been adopted by the General Assembly solely to preclude nonconformity with the Federal Unemployment Tax Act and the accompanying loss of some $700,000,000 annually in Federal unemployment tax credits, for Pennsylvania's private employers due to problems in the public sector, and the loss of some $125,000,000 annually in administrative funding to the Office of Employment Security. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as an acceptance of the position of the Federal Department of Labor with regard to the issues of denial of benefits to school crossing guards without the establishment of educational service agencies, or the right of the Commonwealth to establish an objective criteria for retroactive payment of benefits to nonprofessional primary or secondary school employes. The General Assembly endorses the appeal filed by the Pennsylvania Department of Justice to contest the Federal interpretation of these issues, as well as any subsequent judicial appeals.



Compiler's Note: Act 108 amended section 402.1 of Act 1.

Section 3.  This amendatory act shall be suspended immediately upon the final disposition of such issue by a Federal court of competent jurisdiction which sustains the position of the Commonwealth on such issues.

Section 4.  This act shall take effect immediately and shall be retroactive to January 1, 1979.

 

 



1981, OCTOBER 22, P.L.301, NO.106

 

Section 6.  This act shall take effect immediately and the following amendments shall apply as follows:



(1)  The amendments made by section 1 of this act shall apply to determinations regarding training under the Trade Act of 1974 that are made after September 30, 1981.

(2)  The amendments made by section 2 of this act shall apply as follows:

(i)  The amendment made to section 401-A(a) shall apply to weeks beginning after August 13, 1981.

(ii)  The amendments made to section 401-A(b) and (c) (as redesignated by this act) shall apply to weeks beginning after September 25, 1982.

(iii)  The amendment made to section 401-A(d)(1) (as redesignated by this act) shall apply for purposes of determining whether there are State "on" or "off" indicators for weeks beginning after August 13, 1981. For purposes of making determinations for such weeks, such amendment shall be deemed to be in effect for all weeks whether beginning before, on, or after August 13, 1981.

(iv)  The amendments made to section 401-A(i) shall apply to weeks of unemployment in an extended benefit period with respect to weeks beginning on or after March 31, 1981.

(3)  The amendments made by section 3 of this act shall apply as follows:

(i)  The amendments made to section 402-A shall apply to weeks beginning on or after June 1, 1981.

(ii)  The amendments made to section 403-A except 403-A(i) shall apply to weeks of unemployment in an extended benefit period with respect to weeks beginning on or after March 31, 1981.

(iii)  The amendments made to section 403-A(i) shall apply to weeks beginning after September 25, 1982.

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(6)  Any overpayments which occur as a result of the retroactive implementation of the amendments contained in this act to sections 401-A(i), 402-A and 403-A (except 403-A(i)) of the Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Law shall be established as nonfault nonrecoupable.



Compiler's Note: Act 106 added or amended sections 402, 401-A, 402-A, 403-A, 405-A and 703.1 of Act 1.

 

 



2011, JUNE 17, P.L.16, NO.6

 

Section 9.  This act shall apply as follows:



(1)  The amendment or addition of sections 213, 302 and 302.1 of the act, other than section 302.1(c) of the act, shall apply to charges for compensation corresponding to benefit years that begin on and after the effective date of sections 213, 302 and 302.1 of the act.

(2)  The addition of section 302.1(c)(1) and (2) of the act shall apply to notices of determination regarding eligibility for benefits that are issued on or after the date of implementation of the Department of Labor and Industry's system to provide relief from charges without an employer request, as announced by the Secretary of Labor and Industry in a notice published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin. The addition of section 302.1(c)(3) shall apply to relief from charges that is granted on or after such implementation date.

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(4)  The amendment or addition of section 404(d)(1) and (1.1) of the act shall apply to benefit years that begin on or after the effective date of section 404(d)(1) and (1.1).



(5)  The amendment or addition of section 404(d)(1) and (1.1) of the act shall not apply to severance pay agreements that were agreed to by an employer and employee prior to the effective date of section 404(d)(1) and (1.1).

(6)  The amendment of sections 4(g.1) and 404(a) of the act shall apply to benefit years that begin on or after January 1, 2013.



(7)  The amendment of section 404(c) of the act shall apply to benefit years that begin on or after January 1, 2015.

Compiler's Note: Act 6 added or amended sections 4, 213, 302, 302.1, 401, 404, 401-A and 505 and Article XIII of Act 1.
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