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04/19/2024 10:32 AM
Pennsylvania General Assembly
https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/billInfo/billInfo.cfm?sYear=2021&sInd=0&body=S&type=B&bn=1083
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Regular Session 2021-2022
Senate Bill 1083


Short Title:
An Act amending the act of December 5, 1936 (2nd Sp.Sess., 1937 P.L.2897, No.1), known as the Unemployment Compensation Law, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in contributions by employers and employees, further providing for contributions by employers and employees, successors-in-interest and appeals; in compensation, further providing for ineligibility for compensation; and, in shared-work program, further providing for shared-work plan requirements, for effective period of shared-work plan and for participating employer responsibilities.
Prime Sponsor:
Last Action:
Act No. 156 of 2022, Nov. 3, 2022
Printer's No.:
Printer's No. Text (H) Amendments (S) Amendments (H) Fiscal Note (S) Fiscal Note Actuarial Note
1940*
1546
1398
* denotes current Printer's Number
Statute References :

This bill amends the act of December 5, 1936 (P.L.2897, No.1), known as the "Unemployment Compensation Law" (1937 P.L.). Other bills that also amend the same statute are listed below.

SB 689 Sen. BAKER Memo: Reinstating Work Search Requirements for UC Claimants
SB 699 Sen. GORDNER Memo: Return to Work Grant Program
SB 753 Sen. PHILLIPS-HILL Memo: Daily Reporting requirements from L&I during COVID-19
SB 823 Sen. L. WILLIAMS Memo: UC Eligibility for Striking Workers
SB 885 Sen. MASTRIANO Memo: Ensuring Unemployment Compensation for Unvaccinated Workers
Only the first 5 bills are included here. Looking for more? View all legislation amending December 5, 1936 (P.L.2897, No.1), known as the "Unemployment Compensation Law" (1937 P.L.)