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GOOD CAUSE NON-COMPLIANCE-SNAP/MSA/GA/GRH

ISSUE DATE: 04/2016

MFIP, DWP:
See 0028.18 (Good Cause for Non-Compliance--MFIP/DWP).


SNAP:

The county eligibility worker has primary responsibility to determine Good Cause.

Good cause for not participating in employment services requirements means circumstances beyond the client's control, including:

Client illness or injury.

Illness or injury of another unit member that requires the client's presence.

A household emergency.

Inability to obtain transportation needed to participate in SNAP E&T.



Good cause for quitting or not accepting work includes:

Client illness or injury.

Illness or injury of another unit member that requires the client's presence.

A household emergency.

Inability to obtain needed transportation.

The job did not meet suitable work requirements. See 0028.18.03 (Suitable/Unsuitable Work).

Employer discrimination.

Work demands or conditions that make working unreasonable, such as working without being paid on schedule.

The PWE enrolls at least half-time in any recognized school, training program, or institution of higher education that requires the PWE to leave employment.

The PWE quits work so another unit member can accept employment or enroll at least half-time in any recognized school, training program, or institution of higher education.

A client under age 60 resigns, and the employer recognizes it as retirement.

The client accepts a new job of 20 hours a week at minimum wage, or fewer hours equal to the pay of 20 hours a week at minimum wage.

Leaving a job because employment patterns make it necessary for workers to frequently move from 1 employer to another.


Also see 0028.30.09 (Refusing or Terminating Employment).


MSA, GA, GRH:

No provisions.

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