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Decision 67424 Full Text of Decision 67424

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

An overpayment was created when it was found that the claimant did not have an interruption of earnings when she continued to work at her spouse's restaurant during the quiet season at reduced hours.


Decision A-0592.99 Full Text of Decision A-0592.99

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

After being laid off, claimant continued to work for his employer at the rate of sometimes half an hour of work per week and received $4 per week to send the accounts. Commission determined that he had not had an interruption in earnings. BOR reversed this decision and Umpire refused to intervene, ruling that it would run counter to the spirit of the social legislation and would not do justice to the claimant. Decision reversed by FCA: claimant did not cease to be employed by his employer and was never without work for this employer for a period of at least 7 consecutive days.


Decision 45449 Full Text of Decision 45449

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

See summary indexed under FCA A-0592.99


Decision 41506 Full Text of Decision 41506

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

The case law clearly holds that the claimant must meet three conditions in order to have had an interruption of earnings: 1) be laid off or no longer employed by the employer; 2) not have worked for that employer for seven consecutive days; 3) not have received earnings during that period, except for earnings provided for under section 58(12) of the Regulations. In this case, the claimant did not meet the first condition. He did not cease being employed by the company since he was its administrator and oversaw its operations throughout the year.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
penalties knowingly
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
penalties work without remuneration

Decision 39548 Full Text of Decision 39548

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

Three conditions must be fulfilled for the application of Regulation 37(1). The claimant must have: 1) experienced an interruption of earnings; 2) been without work for seven consecutive days; and 3) have been without pay for seven consecutive days. These three conditions must exist at the same time.


Decision 20869 Full Text of Decision 20869

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

Vacation pay and severance pay received upon termination. Case allowed by Board because claimant had received erroneous information from the CEIC. It is clear that the Board erred in law. A claim cannot be established until a claimant experiences an interruption of earnings.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
board of referees errors in law excess of jurisdiction

Decision 18593 Full Text of Decision 18593

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

4 conditions are required: 1) a period of employment with an employer; 2) a separation or lay-off from that employer; 3) 7 or more consecutive days of no work for that employer; and 4) no earnings from that employment.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours

Decision A-0559.89 Full Text of Decision A-0559.89

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

The 3 requirements of ss. 37(1) are discrete. Claimant here must prove both that he was laid off or separated from employment and that he was not being paid. Since the requirements are discrete, not being paid, while evidence of layoff or separation, cannot be conclusive.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment work without earnings
interruption of earnings charter
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
interruption of earnings layoff or separation requirement

Decision 17293 Full Text of Decision 17293

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

Refer to: A-0559.89

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment work without earnings
interruption of earnings charter
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
interruption of earnings layoff or separation requirement

Decision A-0516.88 Full Text of Decision A-0516.88

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

The definition of interruption of earnings involves 3 distinct possibilities. These are: "when after a period of employment with an employer" (a) one has a layoff, (b) has a separation from that employment, or (c) is given a reduction in hours for that employer as prescribed.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings charter
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
interruption of earnings layoff or separation definition

Decision 15626 Full Text of Decision 15626

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

Hypothetic situation contemplated: if a person holds a job during an insufficient number of weeks followed by an interruption of earnings, the fact of having a part-time job which goes on is of no assistance even if the total number of insured weeks is sufficient.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings dual employment
basic concepts rate of benefit computation

Decision S-1059.84

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

The Act sets out general criteria for entitlement: insurable employment for the required number of weeks and interruption of earnings from that employment.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
board of referees legislative authority purpose of ui system
availability for work applicability necessary conditions
board of referees rules of construction intent and object
basic concepts benefit periods extension applicability
basic concepts benefit periods extension workers' compensation

Decision 15069 Full Text of Decision 15069

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

(1) the employee ceased to be in the employer's service; (2) he did not work for that employer for 7 consecutive days; (3) he did not receive any earnings from him for 7 consecutive days.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings layoff or separation definition

Decision A-0086.87 Full Text of Decision A-0086.87

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

In the scheme of the Act, an interruption in prescribed earnings is a prerequisite to entitlement to benefit. This review seeks to set aside a decision regarding severance pay.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings charter

Decision 13165 Full Text of Decision 13165

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

Refer to: A-0086.87

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings charter

Decision 13374 Full Text of Decision 13374

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

An interruption of earnings only occurs where a period of 7 or more consecutive days elapse in which no work is performed for the employer and in respect of which no earnings arise. Thus both work and pay must cease.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work

Decision A-1195.84 Full Text of Decision A-1195.84

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
Summary:

The Umpire correctly observed that claimant had to establish: (1) a layoff or separation from Labatt's; (2) 7 consecutive days without work for Labatt's; and (3) 7 consecutive days without earnings from Labatt's. [p. 4]

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings income applicability
earnings allocation without services
earnings severance pay definition

Decision 74576 Full Text of Decision 74576

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

The claimant filed an initial claim for EI benefits effective March 1, 2009. He was unable to obtain a RoE because, following the production shutdown on February 27, 2009, all employees at X, including the claimant, had to take mandatory vacation leave for the weeks of March 2 and March 13, 2009. The Commission determined that the claimant had failed to prove that he had had an interruption of earnings because, even though he had been on leave, he had received an income that was set aside in a self-financed leave program while he had been working. Consequently, the Commission found that the claimant continued to be employed during that time. The claimant's appeal is dismissed by the Umpire


Decision 72841 Full Text of Decision 72841

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

The Commission determined that the claimant was not unemployed because he did not have seven consecutive days without work and earnings. The facts were that three employment benefits were still extended to the claimant after he was laid off: the use of a vehicle, cellular telephone and credit card. The claimant owned a business for 25 years, in 2004 sold the company to his son-in-law. In a statutory declaration, the son-in-law indicated that the claimant helped him out during the busy period doing estimates. Part of the favourable purchase price and considerations on the sale balance, the purchaser agreed to let the vendor continue using the truck, the gas card and the cellular telephone until June 2009 which saved him $300K. The Board found that there was no link between the claimant's employment and the benefits that he received. The appeal is dismissed.


Decision 71217 Full Text of Decision 71217

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

The claimant was employed as a court registrar. After negotiations with a view to having a better arrangement with respect to staggered hours and one which would give court employees status on a part-time basis with equitable remuneration, a collective agreement was struck. The claimant was known as a Permanent Flexible Part-Time employee and in that capacity was continually paid bi-weekly. The Board found that the claimant was a Permanent Flexible Part-Time employee and, in that capacity, was continually paid bi-weekly. The Board therefore found the claimant did not have an interruption of earnings during the months of July and August 2007. There could be an interruption of work, but no interruption of earnings under the arrangement made. The appeal is dismissed.


Decision 69575 Full Text of Decision 69575

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

An assistant professor signed a new contract beginning at the end of the last contract (April 30). Although the new contract stated that the appointment would commence on the first day of classes, May 7, the remuneration was paid for the period commencing April 30(May 1).


Decision 65832 Full Text of Decision 65832

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Claimant's last week's pay and banked sick leave prevented an interruption of earnings. Although sick leave were not paid, they were payable and are earnings that must be taken into account to determine if there was an interruption of earnings.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings accumulated sick leave credits

Decision 45876 Full Text of Decision 45876

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Claimant worked as a full-time maintenance worker from 29-04 to 25-10-96 and, after that, seven days a week, two hours a day in exchange for free rent. The BOR found that he was doing unpaid volunteer work. Error of law, according to the Umpire. An interruption of earnings does not simply signify an interruption of work, but also a termination of employment. The employer-employee relationship still existed, the proof being that the value of the rent for the lodging still constituted a form of remuneration for services rendered. FCA decisions in Savarie (A-0679.95) and Reny (A-0909.96) cited.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work

Decision 36830 Full Text of Decision 36830

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Claimant holder of 20% of shares in the farm. She was employed in insurable employment from 22-5-95 to 13-10-95. Commission alleges that income from the sale of dairy products constituted earnings and prevented interruption of earnings from occurring. Position rejected by the Umpire who considers that, in the wording of subsection 37(1), the demonstrative adjective "that" applies only to the job she just lost. However, this income counts as earnings for the purposes of paragraph 57(6)(b) of the Regulations if the claimant is considered self-employed. Umpire's decision was undisturbed by FCA.


Decision A-0679.95 Full Text of Decision A-0679.95

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Claimant was working in a bar that she owned with her husband. Stopped receiving wages on 25-12-92, but continued to provide services free of charge (14 hours/week). Termination of employment is one of the requirements for entitlement to benefit. Therefore, even if wages ceased to be paid, the employment relationship was maintained. The employment was therefore not terminated.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment benevolent work

Decision 30451 Full Text of Decision 30451

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

The claimant, a clergyman, was paid assistance from the national Personnel Emergency Fund of the national United Church. Amount was neither voluntary nor gratuitous; it was income arising out of his employment and must be taken into account in determining whether there was an I of E.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings income nature of monies

Decision 29150 Full Text of Decision 29150

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Refer to: A-0679.95

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment benevolent work

Decision 28150 Full Text of Decision 28150

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Held that a revised allocation of earnings pursuant to ss. 58(9.1) of the Regulations also affects the week in which the interruption of earnings occurs and consequently the calculation of the rate of benefits.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
basic concepts rate of benefit computation

Decision 24950 Full Text of Decision 24950

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Working days reduced from 4 days to 1 day a week. Worked 5-5, 8-5 and 15-5. She then called in sick for 22-5 and was entitled to paid sick leave for that day. She did not cease work because of illness under ss. 37(2).

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings sick leave pay

Decision 20631 Full Text of Decision 20631

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Claimant received $100 per week stand-by pay paid on a bi-weekly basis whether or not he worked. The evidence on file shows that he did not have an interruption of earnings.


Decision 20282 Full Text of Decision 20282

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Gainfully employed by Bathurst Volunteer Centre as van driver for handicapped people and senior citizens for winter months only. Laid off in March but continued thereafter with his driving duties on a volunteer basis. No remuneration except $35 - $45 a week for sundry expenses.


Decision 17324 Full Text of Decision 17324

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

General Motors worker placed on pre-retirement leave with monthly payments paid out of payroll, not the pension fund. SWALLOWELL referred to as requiring (1) layoff or separation, (2) 7 days without work and (3) 7 days without earnings.


Decision 15762 Full Text of Decision 15762

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Refer to: A-1037.88

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings retirement allowances

Decision A-1037.88 Full Text of Decision A-1037.88

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

The amounts in question are income from a retirement pension, which under ss. 57(2.3), cannot be regarded as earnings to be taken into account for the purposes of s. 37.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings retirement allowances

Decision 16775 Full Text of Decision 16775

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

WALFORD and CEWE referred to. The law is clear that the net amount of moneys paid on settlement of a claim for damages for wrongful dismissal in lieu of notice are earnings. That being so, claimant did not have an interruption of earnings. Benefit period voided.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
reconsideration of claim overpayment authority to write off

Decision 16445 Full Text of Decision 16445

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

RCA worker laid off in 3-85 who was provided with 3 termination options. He chose to remain on lay-off status while receiving an allowance of 54 weeks of regular pay, accruing pensionable earnings and retirement in 5-86. SWALLOWELL referred to.


Decision 16195 Full Text of Decision 16195

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Employment is defined as any employment. No interruption of earnings as claimant still in receipt of earnings from an employment, albeit an earlier employment. Termination monies allocated over a 3-year period.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings dual employment
earnings allocation previous employment

Decision 15654 Full Text of Decision 15654

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Out-of-court settlement allocated from last day worked, so claimant is not in a period of 7 consecutive working days without earnings.


Decision 15508 Full Text of Decision 15508

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

I agree with claimant's view that reg. 57(2.3) applies to his case, so that pension moneys are not earnings. However, this exemption applies only to reg. 37, so moneys will not delay the establishment of a benefit period if claimant so chooses.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings pension definition

Decision 15341 Full Text of Decision 15341

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Last day worked: 18-3-85. Accepted a severance package. The agreement indicates he was on holidays until 30-4-85. According to employer, he was entitled to full benefits until holiday period ended. If this is the case, there would have been no interruption of earnings until 30-4.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
antedate qualifying conditions interruption of earnings

Decision 15002A Full Text of Decision 15002A

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Although 29-11-85 was claimant's last day of work, there was no interruption of earnings on 30-11-85. The facts clearly show that until 6-2-86, he was in receipt of monies from his employer relating to accrued Long Service leave and vacation pay.


Decision 14266 Full Text of Decision 14266

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Ceased work 21-1-86. Received $19350 as severance pay and $778 as vacation pay. Monies allocated from 22-1-86 to 26-7-86.


Decision 13943 Full Text of Decision 13943

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Teacher opting for early retirement effective 3 years later. Ceased work 1-7 on the understanding that she would be paid 75% of salary in 3 installments over the next 3 years. Contract continues.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings deferred salary leave plans
week of unemployment contract of services
week of unemployment usual weekly earnings
earnings rationale

Decision 13934 Full Text of Decision 13934

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Vacation pay, sick leave pay and pension plan refund received upon separation in 7-86. No interruption of earnings for the period of the allocated payment under reg. 58(10).

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings pension definition
reconsideration of claim authority to review time limitation

Decision 13534 Full Text of Decision 13534

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

One of the conditions for benefits to be payable is that the claimant must prove that there has been an interruption in his earnings. As he was unable to do so [severance payment], he was not entitled to benefits [for 99 weeks].

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings severance pay as income
earnings income arising out of any employment

Decision 13063 Full Text of Decision 13063

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Severance pay paid into registered pension fund at request of insured; no interruption of earnings for more than one year.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings income paid into rrsp

Decision 12772 Full Text of Decision 12772

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Teacher in Ontario who, on expiration of paid sick leave in May, started to receive monies from the long term disability plan exceeding his rate of benefit. No interruption of earnings in May.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
teaching charter
teaching leave commencing prior to summer months
earnings wage-loss indemnity group plan

Decision A-0186.86 Full Text of Decision A-0186.86

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

3 months salary paid following permanent shutdown. Contract in force according to Board. The Umpire held a contrary view. Error in law. The parties to a contract of employment can legally agree to extend the contract for a period in which one will not be required to do any work.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
board of referees errors in law misinterpretation of facts
umpires grounds of appeal capricious finding meaning

Decision 11836 Full Text of Decision 11836

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings
Summary:

Refer to: A-0186.86

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
board of referees errors in law misinterpretation of facts
umpires grounds of appeal capricious finding meaning

Decision 69694 Full Text of Decision 69694

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings Room and Board
Summary:

The claimant was employed by Pourvoirie au pays de Réal Massé inc. and, although he worked as a paid employee during the busy season, twice during the winter, in 1993 and 1994, he remained at his post without wages but had his rent, food and lodging paid for, as well as other direct or indirect benefits, in exchange for some services, such as walking and feeding the dogs and sweeping off balconies. Also see CUB 69693.


Decision A0307.06 Full Text of Decision A0307.06

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings Room and Board
Summary:

Added to the claimant's salary were taxable benefits related to room and board which she benefited from year round and did not have to reimburse. The Umpire ruled that these benefits were earnings to be taken into consideration to determine whether there was an interruption of earnings. The Court refused to intervene in light of the evidence on file and considering that the claimant had the onus of convincing the Court that the Umpire had erred in law in reversing the decision of the BOR and in concluding that there had not occurred an interruption of earnings for at least seven consecutive days.


Decision 72923 Full Text of Decision 72923

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

The claimant filed a benefit claim, established effective November 19, 2006. The Commission subsequently determined that the claimant was not unemployed during the period for which she was claiming benefits because the period of leave constituted part of her work schedule. The Commission imposed a disentitlement for the period of January 28 to June 23, 2007 which resulted in an overpayment. The employer indicated that a number of its employees, including the claimant, worked six or seven days a week between 5 a.m. and 5 p.m., performing very physically demanding tasks. That is why a schedule of one week of work followed by one week of leave was set up; it enabled employees to recover after a long week. The appeal is dismissed.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings lay days *

Decision A-0475.05 Full Text of Decision A-0475.05

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Claimant provided paid child care to her granddaughter until August 8,2003. After that date, she continued to provide child care but unpaid. The Court held that there was no interruption of earnings as per EI Regulation 14(1). There was not laid off and there were no seven or more consecutive days following a layoff during which no work was performed.


Decision 49383 Full Text of Decision 49383

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Claimant laid off but continued to work for her husband for approximately ten hours a week without pay. Referring to FCA decisions in Henry Enns (A-0559.99) and Louis Duffenais (A-0551.92), the Umpire concluded that the claimant had not stopped working although her hours of work had decreased and she was not being paid.


Decision 47937 Full Text of Decision 47937

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Claimant is president of a non-profit organization for which he was paid until the mission could no longer support his salary due to the end of the subsidy. Claimant alleged that he is doing volunteer work (35hrs/week) and considered himself no longer employed. Referring to FCA decision in Enns (A-0559.89), Umpire held that claimant, while he may have been laid off, continued to perform the duties he performed previously.


Decision 47005 Full Text of Decision 47005

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

The claimant, a joint shareholder, was laid off owing to a lack of work. However, he continued to go to the office for three or four hours every day to try to prevent the business from going bankrupt. It was found that the claimant had had no interruption of earnings, since there had never been any termination of employment lasting seven consecutive days. Citing the FCA decision in Reny (A-0909.96), the Umpire upheld the decision.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
board of referees errors in law weight of statements

Decision 45876 Full Text of Decision 45876

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Claimant worked as a full-time maintenance worker from 29-04 to 25-10-96 and, after that, seven days a week, two hours a day in exchange for free rent. The BOR found that he was doing unpaid volunteer work. Error of law, according to the Umpire. An interruption of earnings does not simply signify an interruption of work, but also a termination of employment. The employer-employee relationship still existed, the proof being that the value of the rent for the lodging still constituted a form of remuneration for services rendered. FCA decisions in Savarie (A-0679.95) and Reny (A-0909.96) cited.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without earnings

Decision 41506 Full Text of Decision 41506

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

The case law clearly holds that the claimant must meet three conditions in order to have had an interruption of earnings: 1) be laid off or no longer employed by the employer; 2) not have worked for that employer for seven consecutive days; 3) not have received earnings during that period, except for earnings provided for under section 58(12) of the Regulations. In this case, the claimant did not meet the first condition. He did not cease being employed by the company since he was its administrator and oversaw its operations throughout the year.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required
penalties knowingly
penalties work without remuneration

Decision A-0909.96 Full Text of Decision A-0909.96

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Claimant laid off as a result of the firm's financial problems. Admitted having continued to handle the business in order to avoid bankruptcy and having spent less than ten hours a week. Not paid but expenses reimbursed. Umpire found that the claimant could not allege an interruption of earnings since he had never stopped working for seven or more consecutive days. FCA refused to intervene.


Decision 29009 Full Text of Decision 29009

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

In February, claimant had taken time off, with pay, when her mother died. In April, although not obliged to do so, she continued to work, on a voluntary basis and without remuneration, to make up for the time in February for which she had been paid but during which she had not worked.


Decision 26518 Full Text of Decision 26518

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Interruption of earnings must not be confused with lack of salary. Interruption of earnings occurs when all conditions of ss. 37(1) of the Regulations are met, including the absence from work for 7 consecutive days. In this case, there was no cessation from work for 7 consecutive days.


Decision 20944 Full Text of Decision 20944

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Refer to: A-0551.92

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings applicability
reconsideration of claim errors by Commission not a ground of entitlement

Decision A-0551.92 Full Text of Decision A-0551.92

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

By having started to work the Monday following the filing of his claim and every Monday thereafter, claimant, assuming that the reduction of his weekly hours of work could amount to a layoff, could still not qualify under ss. 37(1) which requires no earnings for at least seven consecutive days.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings applicability
reconsideration of claim errors by Commission not a ground of entitlement

Decision 20401 Full Text of Decision 20401

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

It is important to distinguish between a situation of continued employment under s. 37. In the case of s. 37, there can be continued employment even though no remuneration is paid. In order to be "working" under s. 10 and s. 44, an employment relationship must exist.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment work without earnings
umpires jurisdiction evidence new

Decision 18989 Full Text of Decision 18989

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Elected president and Chief Business Officer of a local union who continued to do the paper work for the union without pay due to lack of funds, while his wife was hired at a lower salary by the union. It is submitted that it would be unreasonable to characterize someone as "working" when not being paid. I reject that argument. Reg. 37 refers to interruption of earnings and interruption of work. If intended that "work" meant paid work, there would be no need for a distinction.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
board of referees weight of statements from spouse

Decision 17293 Full Text of Decision 17293

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Refer to: A-0559.89

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment work without earnings
interruption of earnings charter
interruption of earnings conditions required
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
interruption of earnings layoff or separation requirement

Decision A-0559.89 Full Text of Decision A-0559.89

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Pastor whose duties did not change whether paid or not and the only criteria for paying him was availability of funds. He was never laid off. His contract of service, albeit for very little in the way of pecuniary consideration, continued in effect.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment work without earnings
interruption of earnings charter
interruption of earnings conditions required
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
interruption of earnings layoff or separation requirement

Decision 14230A Full Text of Decision 14230A

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

The pattern is obvious. The employer will give employees sufficient weeks of work in the summer to qualify for UI on condition that they work for free when he needs them during winter over weekends. The Centre could not operate in the off-season if salaries paid.


Decision 14075 Full Text of Decision 14075

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Husband owned one third of assets and worked as manager; business slower in fall. Insured laid off but this had no effect on her responsibilities, although they did decline. Legislation is clear.


Decision 13374 Full Text of Decision 13374

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Hired by a relative as manager but laid off soon after because business was not good enough to pay him. He continued to do work for the company 5 to 6 hours per day, 3 days a week, without pay. It was open to the Board to decide as it did.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required

Decision 13130 Full Text of Decision 13130

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Even if a claimant is reduced to part-time hours or does not receive financial remuneration for hours worked there can be no interruption of earnings unless there has been a period of 7 or more consecutive days in which no work was performed; overpayment of $7,500.


Decision 13009 Full Text of Decision 13009

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Company in difficulty; insured, as director, key individual who could ensure survival. Worked on volunteer basis, but starting a couple of weeks after closing. Therefore met requuirement of 7 days without work and availability not in issue.


Decision 12135 Full Text of Decision 12135

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Employed by business in which he was shareholder; stopped receiving salary but continued to operate business.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings layoff or separation requirement

Decision 11332 Full Text of Decision 11332

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Insured continued to work for same employer from 2-7 to 3-9 even though during that period he was not paid. Promise to pay in event of government grant not carried out.


Decision 11215 Full Text of Decision 11215

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
Summary:

Union business manager laid off due to lack of union dues but he continued to perform his duties without remuneration 2 hours a day.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
board of referees weight of statements contradictory

Decision 61718B Full Text of Decision 61718B

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

The umpire stated that the use of a company truck and cellular phone constitutes a benefit equivalent to remuneration. He confirmed the Board of Referee's decision and concluded that the claimant did not have an interruption of earnings under the Act.


Decision 35521 Full Text of Decision 35521

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

In accordance with R. 37, interruption of earnings did not occur since the claimant continued to receive benefits from his employer, namely the use of a truck. Use of the truck has the character of a relationship with the work done by the claimant for his employer.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings income in kind

Decision 20193 Full Text of Decision 20193

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

Claimant and husband hired by club. Due to insufficient funds, one is paid salary for part of the year while the other claims UI benefits on a rotating basis. There was never a breach of the employer-employee relationship. Benefits maintained: room and board, cigarettes and tips.


Decision A-0559.89 Full Text of Decision A-0559.89

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

Pastor whose duties did not change whether paid or not. The only criteria for paying him was availability of funds. He was never laid off. His contract of service, albeit for very little in the way of pecuniary consideration, continued in effect.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment work without earnings
interruption of earnings charter
interruption of earnings conditions required
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
interruption of earnings layoff or separation requirement

Decision 17293 Full Text of Decision 17293

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

Refer to: A-0559.89

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment work without earnings
interruption of earnings charter
interruption of earnings conditions required
interruption of earnings conditions required 7 days without work
interruption of earnings layoff or separation requirement

Decision 17218 Full Text of Decision 17218

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

The son of a farmer who, at the end of the farming season, continued to work 3 hours a week milking the cows in exchange for board and lodging. The latter was included in the agreement for the farming season; therefore, the fact of continuing to work for board and lodging justifies the decision handed down.


Decision A-0963.88 Full Text of Decision A-0963.88

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

Son of farmer who continues to look after the farm without salary while being provided free room and board. The absence of remuneration is not synonymous with termination of employment and the employer-employee relationship continued as per Umpire. No comment from FC.


Decision 15703 Full Text of Decision 15703

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

Refer to: A-0963.88


Decision 16854 Full Text of Decision 16854

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

A pastor who ceased to be paid his monthly salary of $1446 because of a lack of funds but continued to be provided with housing accommodations estimated at $75 weekly. Retroactive ruling resulting in substantial overpayment.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
earnings income in kind
reconsideration of claim factual cases interruption of earnings

Decision 15700 Full Text of Decision 15700

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

Hired by a farmer following an emergency situation. Once the emergency was over, she wanted to remain on the farm. An agreement was reached according to which she would carry out certain tasks in exchange for room and board. No 7 day interval without work or compensation.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment farming full working week
earnings income in kind

Decision 12659 Full Text of Decision 12659

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required non-monetary income
Summary:

Interruption of earnings does not mean simply interruption of salary, but also interruption of employment. Even though received only room and board in return, insured had not ceased to be employed by motel in off season.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings layoff or separation requirement

Decision 66921 Full Text of Decision 66921

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
Summary:

The claimant opted to remain a part-time employee at a greatly reduced salary rather than leave her employment and have to rely on EI benefits.


Decision 18593 Full Text of Decision 18593

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
Summary:

Farm worker reduced to part-time work, 3/4 of an hour a day feeding the animals. There was a 6-day period when he did not work or receive earnings and he returned to work on the 7th day.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required

Decision 18206 Full Text of Decision 18206

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
Summary:

Weekly hours reduced from 24 to 8 1/2. She was given the choice of working either 3 days in every 3rd week or Fridays of every week. She opted for the latter. Last day worked: 13-5. First day of new schedule: 20-5. Validity of reg. 37(1) confirmed in HARTMANN. By reading reg. 37(1), (2) and (2.1), it will be seen that a prescribed reduction in earnings can arise only in conjunction with illness, injury, quarantine, pregnancy or adoption. The Commisson has enacted no regulations for other circumstances. Reg. 37(1) then applies.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings charter

Decision 17303 Full Text of Decision 17303

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
Summary:

Laid off from full-time job but continued working week-ends for the same employer. He did not have a prescribed reduction of earnings. Reg. 37(1) and 46(1) are not inconsistent. Reg. 46(1) deals with earnings in the waiting period and does not apply here.


Decision A-0516.88 Full Text of Decision A-0516.88

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
Summary:

Working hours reduced from 32 to 4 a week. 7-day requirement without work nor earnings not met. Ss. 37(1) is valid.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings charter
interruption of earnings conditions required
interruption of earnings layoff or separation definition

Decision 13015 Full Text of Decision 13015

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
Summary:

GIGUERE referred to. For want of a regulation the reduction of work and earnings amendment to the Act is lost. The social purpose of the legislation is effectively defeated.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required rehired within 7 days
reconsideration of claim new facts with diligence
reconsideration of claim overpayment authority to write off
reconsideration of claim factual cases interruption of earnings

Decision 11875 Full Text of Decision 11875

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
Summary:

I agree with claimant that legalistic exactitude is causing considerable harship. I have been witness to the hardship caused. The intent of UI to provide temporary relief is defeated by reg. 37 and its narrow and short-sighted definition.


Decision A-0384.78 Full Text of Decision A-0384.78

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
Summary:

Hours of work reduced from full time to 2 hours per day; salary dropped from $125 to $25 per week. Not a reduction within the meaning of 2(1)(n), since no regulations had been made to cover this situation.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings charter
board of referees legislative authority absence of a regulation

Decision A-0625.90 Full Text of Decision A-0625.90

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required rehired within 7 days
Summary:

Worker in Job Development Program laid off 20-1-89 when her 9-month contract expired. Did volunteer work 21-1-89 without pay. Rehired to work 1 day a week commencing 27-1-89. By holding that she did not "work" on 21-1-89 within s. 37, the Umpire committed no reviewable error.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment work without earnings

Decision 18250 Full Text of Decision 18250

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required rehired within 7 days
Summary:

Refer to: A-0625.90

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
week of unemployment work without earnings

Decision 16277 Full Text of Decision 16277

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required rehired within 7 days
Summary:

Claimant retired 31-12-85 and was paid for 1-1-86, a statutory holiday. He was subsequently asked to return to work 7-1-86 to train his successor. He did so. There is an interruption of earnings only if one did not work for 7 consecutive days. Here, there were only 6 days.


Decision 13015 Full Text of Decision 13015

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required rehired within 7 days
Summary:

Rehired part-time 4 days following lay-off from full-time employment. A person who has been laid off but subsequently reinstated at reduced working hours and earnings is entitled to UI only if 7 or more consecutive days without work and earnings. Overpayment: $7150.

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required reduction in hours
reconsideration of claim new facts with diligence
reconsideration of claim overpayment authority to write off
reconsideration of claim factual cases interruption of earnings

Decision 12440 Full Text of Decision 12440

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required rehired within 7 days
Summary:

Continued to work following layoff. Undetermined days but quite regular. Overpayment: $4620. "Ignorance not a defence here. The Reg. is quite clear: there must be 7 days where the claimant did not work and where earnings were not payable."

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
reconsideration of claim factual cases interruption of earnings
reconsideration of claim overpayment hardship defined

Decision 12356 Full Text of Decision 12356

Issue: Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
interruption of earnings conditions required rehired within 7 days
Summary:

Last day worked 5-12, re-employed 12-12. The result is anomalous. Because he had an interruption of earnings of only 6 days he was not initially entitled to claim for benefits. [p. 2-3]

Other Issue(s): Sub-Issue 1: Sub-Issue 2: Sub-Issue 3:
reconsideration of claim factual cases interruption of earnings
earnings bonus retaining one's services
board of referees jurisdiction priority of law
reconsideration of claim errors by Commission not a ground of entitlement
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