FAA5.A Work Registration (WORW) : 02 NA Work Requirements - Overview
02 NA Work Requirements - Overview
 
(01/01/20 - 12/31/20)
Effective for all applications registered 07/01/2020 and after, DCSS Cooperation restarts using the Virtual Pre-Approval Cooperation process. For instructions see, Interview Requirements for DCSS Cooperation.
 
Effective for benefit month 04/2020 until further notice, see the Urgent Bulletin emailed 03/27/2020 regarding work requirements and the Urgent Bulletin emailed 03/31/2020 regarding Temporary Suspension of Jobs Work Requirements, Cooperation with DCSS, and Federal and State Time Limits.
 
As a condition of eligibility for NA benefits, all household members must meet the work requirements unless exempt.
 
Participants who are work registrants, without good cause must not:
 
Quit a job of 30 or more hours per week
Reduce work hours under 30 hours per week
Refuse to accept a job offer
Be disqualified from participating in Unemployment Insurance (UI) by the UI State agency
 
During the interview, the worker must register the budgetary unit (BU) members, unless exempt for work.
 
The NA Work Registration script FAA-1786A-FLY-PD (10-20) includes detailed information about the NA work requirements. The FAA-1786A-FLY-PD (10-20) script must be used during the interview to explain the NA work requirements. The FAA-1786A-FLY-PD (10-20) script is found in the Documents Center.
 
Case file(g) documentation is sufficient for work registration. Documentation by the worker must include: NA work requirements explained, and NA participants are registered for work, unless exempt.
 
When NA benefits are approved at initial, renewal, and reported change the worker must request and send the NA Work Requirements Notice (F040).
 
NA disqualifications are imposed when a non-exempt participant fails to comply with the NA work requirements.
 
When a reported change causes a participant to no longer be eligible for a work exemption see Registered and Referred.