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The state Senate passed a bill Monday that would pay university tuition for Alaskans who were employed as essential workers or were laid off when the federal COVID-19 emergency began. Senate Bill 10 would provide up to $10 million through the end of 2024 for people to attend Alaska colleges or other state-certified postsecondary programs.How to contact the Alaska Division of workers' compensation?
Please see Bulletin 20-03 for additional guidance. We also encourage parties to email [email protected] or mail their pleadings and documents. The Division of Workers’ Compensation is the agency charged with the administration of the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Act (Act).How do I request an ADA accommodation with Alaska Workers' Compensation?
For more information about the workers’ compensation process, click the following links: To request an ADA accommodation with the Division of Workers’ Compensation, please email [email protected] or contact us by regular mail, telephone or fax using the contact information listed below for the Juneau Office.What does it mean to be an essential worker?
An essential worker is a designated employee that is required to work during a business closure in order to meet operational requirements. Essential worker designation is determined by the state, along with the responsibilities of the employee, and the reasons for closing.