(A) Notwithstanding section 4141.29 of the Revised Code, an individual who voluntarily quits work:
(1) To accept a recall from a prior employer and establishes that the refusal or failure to accept the recall would have resulted in a substantial loss of employment rights, benefits, or pension, under a labor-management agreement or company policy;
(2) To accept a recall to employment from a prior employer and cannot establish that a substantial loss of employment rights, benefits, or pension was involved in the recall, or to accept other employment subject to this chapter, or the unemployment compensation act of another state, or of the United States, where the individual obtains such employment while still employed or commences such employment within seven calendar days after the last day of employment with the prior employer, and subsequent to the last day of the employment with the prior employer, works three weeks in the new employment and earns wages equal to one and one-half times the individual's average weekly wage or one hundred eighty dollars, whichever is less;
(3) Shall, under the conditions specified in either division (A)(1) or (2) of this section, remove the disqualification imposed by division (D)(2)(a) of section 4141.29 of the Revised Code and shall be deemed to have fully complied with division (G) of such section.
(B) Benefits which may become payable to such individual because of the individual's subsequent separation from the employer who recalled that individual shall be charged to employer accounts as provided in division (D) of section 4141.24 of the Revised Code.
(C) Any benefits which would be chargeable to the account of the employer from whom such individual voluntarily quit to accept such recall or other employment which are not chargeable to the recalling employer as provided in this section shall be charged to the mutualized account provided in section 4141.25 of the Revised Code; except that any benefits chargeable to the account of a reimbursing employer under this division shall be charged to the account of the reimbursing employer and not the mutualized account, except as provided in division (D)(2) of section 4141.24 of the Revised Code.
Effective Date: 11-26-1997