This section relates to the requirement that claimants must show that they have met the work test by demonstrating that they are able, available and actively seeking work. Thus, the RWB should describe how it will notify the office of unemployment compensation when claimants who either come into the One Stop for assistance or are directed to report to the One-Stop for reemployment services subsequently either refuse an acceptable job order or fail to report as directed for reemployment services. The RWB should further describe how it plans to serve claimants seeking to fulfill the weekly work search requirement by meeting with One-Stop Career Center staff.
The terms are used interchangeably: SNAP is the federal name for the program whereas FSET is the State-named program.
Yes, all such policies, procedures, and attachments (forms) must be submitted.
The current Instructions did not specifically request information about these important issues. RWBs may provide such information in section V.G.16 (Business Services) or where they find it best suited to their Plan narrative.
An editable version of the Plan Modification Instructions has been sent to RWB Executive Directors. To obtain such a version, please contact Isabelle Potts at (850) 921-3148 or email@example.com.
Regional Workforce Board Local Plans should refer to the Department of Economic Opportunity.
Number of hours, as stated at the top of the chart. However, both may be listed if an Regional Workforce Board so desires.
It would be a total of hours listed for that month for all activities. The annual total must equal or exceed 1,680 hours (210 days).
No. Changes to the State Plan came about in response to Governor Scott’s priorities for the workforce system and changes in the Statewide Strategic Plan for Economic Development, the Roadmap to Florida’s Future. These documents, including an executive summary of the Strategic Plan, can be found at www.workforceflorida.com.
In those situations, the Regional Workforce Board should contact Ms. Helen Jones at (850) 414-8295 or firstname.lastname@example.org with specific information as to when the RWB will be able to obtain the signature.
The questions are duplicative. Please answer either one and indicate in the other section, “please refer to [the other question].”
Large attachments should be placed on a CD/DVD and mailed to Ms. Helen Jones, Workforce Florida, Inc., 1580 Waldo Palmer Lane, Tallahassee, FL 32308. Other attachments should be sent via email.
The local plan modification instructions do not supersede current guidance in AWI FG 00-015. The plan instructions only require that the change is made and noticed consistent with the local modification procedures developed by the RWB and copies of the changed pages be submitted to Workforce Florida, Inc. (WFI) for inclusion in its copy of the local plan.
Section 236 of the Trade Act describes the process for approving TAA training, different types of authorized trainings and coordination of funding. For more detailed guidance, please consult TEGL 11-02 and the State Training Manual for Providing Trade Adjustment Assistance, Reform Act of 2002. Note that the TAA program is primary. Therefore, RWBs need to abide by TAA requirements when serving eligible trade-affected workers.
1. Yes. The RWB must complete a Plan Modification, stand-alone document. RWBs may copy information from their previous plan and insert it in the appropriate sections.
2. Yes. The RWB must submit a list of MOUs (as well as other requested attachments).
Although Federal law does not require that Regional Workforce Boards obtain prior approval of advertisements of hard-to-fill job openings which pay over $50,000 per year, States are required to collect and report this information to the US Department of Labor. Therefore, it will suffice that Regional Workforce Boards provide the following information: