Code of Maine Rules
12 - Labor
12 172 - Maine Unemployment Insurance Commission
Chapter 23 - Dislocated Worker Benefits

Universal Citation: 12 ME Code Rules ยง 23

12 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

172 MAINE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE COMMISSION

Chapter 23: DISLOCATED WORKER BENEFITS

1. For purposes of paragraph B of subsection 5 of section 1043 and paragraph A of subsection 4 of Section 1191 of the Employment Security Law, the following terms shall have the following meanings:

A. "Enrolled in a training program" means that a person must be enrolled in and actively attending a training program.

1. "Actively attending" means actual participation in one or more days of scheduled training during a week in which training is scheduled. Individuals will be considered actively attending training during scheduled semester breaks or holiday/vacation recess periods which do not exceed eight weeks.

B. An "initial enrollment" may include a short term evaluation or orientation program followed by a multi-component training program. Final termination would occur after an individual completes all of the various components in an individualized training program or when the individual has left the program and is not expected to return.

2. For purposes of subsection 6-C of section 1192 of the Employment Security Law, "adversely affected employment," means either the claimant's most recent substantive employment from which the claimant separated, excluding stop-gap employment, or the type of employment in which the claimant worked the most during the past 10 years, as appropriate.

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 26 M.R.S.A., Section 1082, Subsection 2.

EFFECTIVE DATE:

October 2, 1989

AMENDED:

May 30, 2000

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