Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 20. Alaska Employment Security Act
Section 383. Labor Dispute Disqualification.
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AS 23.20.383. Labor Dispute Disqualification.

(a) An insured worker is disqualified for waiting-week credit or benefits for a week of the insured worker's unemployment if, for that week, the department finds the insured worker's unemployment is due to a stoppage of work caused by a labor dispute at the immediate establishment or other premises at which the insured worker is or was last employed. For the purposes of this section, each separate department of the same premises which is commonly conducted as a separate business in separate premises is considered a separate establishment or other premises.

(b) This section does not apply if the department finds that

(1) the insured worker was not participating in or directly interested in the labor dispute that caused the insured worker's unemployment, and the insured worker did not belong to a grade or class of workers that, immediately before the commencement of the dispute, had members employed at the premises at which the labor dispute occurred who were participating in or directly interested in the labor dispute; or

(2) the labor dispute is caused by the failure or refusal of the employer to comply with an agreement or contract between the employer and the insured worker, or a state or federal law pertaining to hours, wages, or other conditions of work.

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