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(1) An individual who is eligible for shared work benefits under ORS 657.370 to 657.390 shall be paid, with respect to any week of unemployment, a weekly shared work unemployment insurance benefit amount. Such amount shall be equal to the individual's regular weekly benefit amount multiplied by the nearest full percentage of reduction of the individual's regular weekly hours of work, as set forth in the employer's plan. The benefit payment under ORS 657.370 to 657.390, if not a multiple of one dollar, shall be rounded to the nearest dollar, and an even one-half dollar shall be rounded to the next higher multiple of one dollar.
(2) The provisions of ORS 657.150 (6) shall not apply to earnings from the shared work employer of an individual eligible for payments under ORS 657.370 to 657.390 unless the resulting payment would be less than the regular benefit payment for which the individual would otherwise be eligible under ORS 657.150 (6) without regard to shared work unemployment insurance benefits.
(3) Except as otherwise provided by ORS 657.370 to 657.390, all provisions of this chapter and rules adopted by the Director of the Employment Department apply to ORS 657.370 to 657.390. The director may adopt such rules as the director considers necessary to carry out the purposes of ORS 657.370 to 657.390.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Oregon Revised Statutes Labor and Employment; Unlawful Discrimination § 657.385 - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/or/title-51-labor-and-employment-unlawful-discrimination/or-rev-st-sect-657-385/
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