24.11.617 RELIEF OF CHARGES TO EMPLOYERS
(1) Except as provided in ARM 24.11.208, the department shall relieve the charge to an employer's experience-rated account for benefits paid to a claimant who was discharged for misconduct or voluntarily left work without good cause attributable to the employment, in accordance with 39-51-2302 and 39-51-2303, MCA.
(2) The department shall also relieve the charge to an employer's experience-rated account for the benefits paid to a claimant who voluntarily left work for the following reasons:
(a) the department reached an individualized determination that the claimant left work that was unsuitable for the claimant, pursuant to ARM 24.11.485;
(b) the claimant left work within 30 days of resuming a state-approved training program, pursuant to ARM 24.11.475;
(c) the claimant left work or was discharged due to circumstances resulting from domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking of claimant or claimant's child, pursuant to 39-51-2111, MCA;
(d) the claimant left temporary work, accepted during a period of unemployment, in order to return immediately to work for claimant's regular employer, pursuant to 39-51-2302, MCA;
(e) the claimant left work due to the mandatory military transfer of the claimant's spouse, pursuant to 39-51-2302, MCA; or
(f) the claimant's job was unavailable after claimant was ordered into military service for a period of less than six weeks, pursuant to 39-51-2302, MCA.
(3) The department shall assign the costs of benefits paid to claimants under (2) to the unemployment insurance trust fund.