The Weekly Benefit Amount is the amount payable to an unemployment insurance claimant for each compensable (eligible) week of total unemployment.
The “Members Only” section of the WIOA Implementation portal is intended for members of the WIOA Task Advisory Groups (TAGs) or members of the Interagency Work Group, as well as its subgroups focused on specific statewide implementation issues. Documents within this section are working documents and, therefore, maintained behind a password-protected area of the portal. Transparency is a priority, and all materials and resources available for public consumption will be posted on the “WIOA Implementation Updates and Documents” page as frequently as possible.
Work-based learning provides participants with work-based opportunities to practice and enhance the skills and knowledge gained in their program of study or industry training program, as well as to develop employability. Examples include: Internships, service learning, paid work experience, on-the-job training, incumbent worker training, transitional jobs, and apprenticeships.
Individuals in a dislocation event that are included in a WARN notice or provided in an employee list for the employer, or other acceptable documentation (Eligibility Chapter in the ePolicy manual).
The Workforce Investment Act is an Act of the United States Congress to establish programs to prepare youth and unskilled adults for entry into the labor force and to give job training to those economically disadvantaged individuals and other individuals who face serious barriers to employment and who are in need of such training to obtain prospective employment. WIA followed the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) and preceded the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)