4141.36 Deductions from salaries not permitted except for private benefits.

No agreement by an employee to pay any portion of the contribution or other payment required to be made by his employer under sections 4141.01 to 4141.46 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, is valid. No employer shall make a deduction for such purposes from the remuneration or salary of any individual in his employ. Such sections do not affect the validity of private voluntary arrangements or plans by which employees individually or collectively agree to make payments for the purpose of securing private unemployment benefits in addition to the benefits provided by sections 4141.01 to 4141.46 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, or the validity of private arrangements or plans under which employers make payments for such purpose. Private unemployment benefits paid under such arrangements or plans are not compensation for personal services under sections 4141.01 to 4141.46 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, and benefits otherwise payable under such sections shall not be denied or reduced because of the receipt of private unemployment benefits under such arrangements or plans. The provisions in sections 4141.35 and 4141.36 of the Revised Code pertaining to private arrangements or plans under which employers or employees contribute for the purpose of providing private unemployment benefits in addition to the benefits provided by sections 4141.01 to 4141.46 , inclusive, of the Revised Code, apply to all applications and proceedings, including those pending on June 19, 1959 or thereafter instituted.

Effective Date: 01-10-1961