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Backdating requests for standby

State law allows the Department to waive the requirement that an unemployment claimant search for work if that claimant is temporarily laid off, but has an expected return-to-work date. This is known as “standby.” The Department has discovered circumstances when claimants should be allowed to backdate applications for standby after employers confirm an expected return-to-work date.


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