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5. If there is a labor-management dispute between the applicant and former employer due to the applicant leaving work, may unemployment benefits be claimed?

If there is a labor-management dispute between the applicant and former employer due to the applicant leaving work, unemployment benefits may still be claimed. If the ruling of labor dispute confirms that the applicant is ineligible to claim unemployment benefits, then the applicant must return the claimed unemployment benefits payments within 15 days of the ruling. If the payments have not been returned by the appointed time, the case may be referred to court for compulsory execution.

Last Update:2019-10-17
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