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PDFWAC 192-530-070

What is good cause for terminating an approved voluntary plan?

The department may terminate a voluntary plan if there is a risk that benefits will not be paid or for other good cause shown. Good cause for terminating a voluntary plan includes, but is not limited to, an employer's failure to:
(1) Pay timely and accurate paid family or medical leave benefits;
(2) Provide leave for a qualified event;
(3) Protect the employment and employment benefits of an employee when required;
(4) Provide complete quarterly reports;
(5) Report to the department any amendments made to the voluntary plan; 
(6) Adhere to the approved voluntary plan; or
(7) Adhere to the requirements of Title 50A RCW or chapter 192-500 WAC and thereafter (chapters 192-500 through 192-899 WAC).
[Statutory Authority: RCW 50A.05.060. WSR 21-04-067, § 192-530-070, filed 1/29/21, effective 3/1/21. Statutory Authority: RCW 50A.04.215. WSR 18-22-080, § 192-530-070, filed 11/2/18, effective 12/3/18.]
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