This pdf file is a sample of the labels used for Mobile Range housing units so that housing inspectors in Colorado can distinguish between mobile housing units since they do not have a fixed address. This makes it easy to determine when each unit has been inspected and which ones need re-inspection. Some inspectors sometimes also use the labels in fixed housing sites so they can keep track of all housing inspections under a numbering system. Labels are placed on top of the inside door jamb to make sure that they are not tampered with or removed.
This Webinar will focus on Migrant Farmworker Housing Inspections and the role the State Workforce Agencies play in conducting these housing inspections. The Employment and Training Administration’s National Monitor Advocate will provide introductory statements about regulatory requirements. The Colorado and Minnesota State Monitor Advocates will provide information on the requirements, tools and techniques to use when conducting Migrant Farmworker Housing pre-occupancy inspections.
An introduction to Creative Commons Attribution for Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Round 3 Grantees. This webinar includes an overview of CCBY licensing requirements and technical assistance.
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There are many facets of an Unemployment Insurance program that must work in harmony with Workforce Programs to establish an agency’s commitment to the reemployment of UI claimants. The Louisiana Workforce Commission's award-winning program actively engage claimants in reemployment services and activities early in their claim sequence.
The Mississippi Department of Employment Security (MDES) developed its Online Employment Services System with the goal of creating a web-based real-time triage system that enables the state to integrate the delivery of all programs for job seekers.
This presentation is designed to provide an overview of the guidance for the administration of the TAA program as published in Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 7-13. The Trade Adjustment Assistance Extension Act (TAAEA), also known as the 2011 Amendments, expired on December 31, 2013 and reverted to the TAA Reform Act (2002 Amendments), with three holdover provisions from TAAEA. The operating instructions provided in TEGL 7-13 direct states on how to administer the TAA program under Reversion 2014, or the TAA program under the 2002 amendments with 2011 Sunset Provisions. It is authorized to be in effect from January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014.