61-6-14Separation for misconduct--Additional claims during benefit year.

An unemployed individual who was discharged or suspended from the individual's most recent employment, the employment being at least thirty calendar days in duration for misconduct connected with the individual's work shall be denied benefits until the individual has been reemployed at least six calendar weeks in insured employment during the individual's current benefit year and earned wages of not less than the individual's weekly benefit amount in each of those six weeks. If additional claims are filed by a claimant during a benefit year subsequent to employment, the thirty calendar day requirement may not be applied in determining disqualifications.

Source: SL 1936 (SS), ch 3, § 5; SDC 1939, § 17.0830 (2); SL 1939, ch 89; SL 1943, ch 84; SL 1947, ch 89, § 2; SL 1951, ch 94, § 9; SL 1955, ch 62; SL 1963, ch 126, § 2; SL 1975, ch 319, § 2; SL 1976, ch 321, § 2; SL 1979, ch 348, § 4; SL 2008, ch 277, § 121.