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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
- Chapter 20. Alaska Employment Security Act
- Section 90. Reciprocal Coverage and Cooperation.
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AS 23.20.090. Reciprocal Coverage and Cooperation.
- (a) The commissioner may enter into reciprocal arrangements with appropriate and authorized agencies of other states or of
the federal government, or both, whereby, notwithstanding AS 23.20.395
- (1) service performed by an individual for a single employing unit for which service is customarily performed by the
individual in more than one state is considered service performed entirely within any one of the states in which (A) a
part of the individual's service is performed, (B) the individual resides, or (C) the employing unit maintains a place
of business; provided, that there is in effect, as to the service, an approved election by an employing unit with the
acquiescence of the individual, under which service performed by the individual for the employing unit is considered
performed entirely within that state; and
- (2) service performed by not more than three individuals, on a portion of a day but not necessarily simultaneously, for a
single employing unit which customarily operates in more than one state is considered service performed entirely within
the state in which the employing unit maintains the headquarters of its business; provided, that there is in effect, as
to the service, an approved election by an employing unit with the affirmative consent of each individual, under which
service performed by the individual for the employing unit is considered performed entirely within that state.
- (b) To the extent permissible under the laws and constitution of the United States, the department may enter into an
arrangement of the character provided in this section with the agency of a foreign government administering an
employment security law.
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