39-51-2303. Disqualification for discharge due to misconduct. An individual must be disqualified for benefits after being discharged:
(1) for misconduct connected with the individual's work or affecting the individual's employment until the individual has performed services:
(a) for which remuneration is received equal to or in excess of eight times the individual's weekly benefit amount subsequent to the week in which the act causing the disqualification occurred; and
(2) for gross misconduct connected with the individual's work or committed on the employer's premises, as determined by the department, for a period of 52 weeks; or
(3) for failure to pass or refusal to take a drug test in violation of an employer's written workplace drug policy, if the testing procedures comply with federal drug testing statutes and administrative regulations applicable to private sector employers and employees as provided in Title 39, chapter 2. This subsection does not apply to a drug test for marijuana or marijuana products that was administered to an individual who is a registered cardholder under Title 16, chapter 12, part 5.