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09.33.01.00.htm 09.33.01.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 33 JOB SERVICE Chapter 01 Job Service Authority: Labor and Employment Article, §8-303 and 8-305, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.33.01.01.htm 09.33.01.01. 01 Purpose.. These regulations set forth the policies and procedures for employers and applicants seeking to use the Maryland Job Service.
09.33.01.02.htm 09.33.01.02. 02 Objective.. Job Service shall operate a labor exchange system that has the capacity to:. A. Assist job seekers in finding employment;. B. Assist employers in filling jobs;. C. Facilitate the match between job seekers and employers;. D. Participate in a system for clearing labor among the states, including the use of standardized classification systems issued by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of LaboE. Meet the work test requirements of the Unemployment Insurance Law; and.
09.33.01.03.htm 09.33.01.03. 03 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Applicant" means an individual who applies for Job Service services.. 2) "Complaint" means an allegation made or referred to Job Service of a violation of the federal Job Service regulations or other federal, State, or local employment-related law.3) "Department" means the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation.. 4) "Employer" means a person or entity that:.
09.33.01.04.htm 09.33.01.04. 04 Compliance with Law.. The Job Service shall be administered in accordance with the Wagner-Peyser Act, 29 U.S.C. §49, regulations adopted by the United States Employment Service, and the Labor and Employment Article, §8-803, Annotated Code of Maryland.
09.33.01.05.htm 09.33.01.05. 05 Job Placement.. A. Job Order.. 1) An employer may place a job order with Job Service. A job order is a single request for referral of one or more applicants to fill one or more job openings in a single occupational classification. The job order shall provide sufficient information to describe the job.2) Pursuant to 20 CFR §652.8(j) and COMAR 01.01.1988.05, Job Service shall fill all job orders on a nondiscriminatory basis, and shall decline any job order carrying a specifi
09.33.01.06.htm 09.33.01.06. 06 Determinations of Eligibility for Unemployment Insurance.. A. Suitable Employment.. 1) The work test necessary to determine whether suitable work is available to an unemployment insurance claimant shall be performed by either Job Service staff, or another employee of the Department designated by the manager of the public employment office serving the claimant.2) The following factors shall be considered in making the determination if suitable work is available to a claimant:
09.33.01.07.htm 09.33.01.07. 07 Job Service Fees.. A. Job Service may not charge a referral fee to individuals who seek employment.. B. Job Service may not charge a fee to employers for placing job orders.. C. Job Service may charge a fee to employers requesting special services such as interviewing, screening, or training applicants at a location other than a public employment office.
09.33.01.08.htm 09.33.01.08. 08 Job Service Complaint System.. A. Complaints. Both of the following types of complaints shall be made and processed in accordance with the Job Service Complaint System described in 20 CFR 658.400-658.418:1) Complaints that are made against an employer about the specific job to which the applicant was referred by Job Service and that allege a violation of employment-related law or of the terms and conditions of the job order; 2) Complaints about Job Service actions or omissions..
09.33.01.09.htm 09.33.01.09. 09 Waiver.. The Secretary may waive or vary particular provisions of these regulations to the extent that the waiver is not inconsistent with relevant State or federal law.
09.33.01.9999.htm 09.33.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: February 4, 1976 (3:3 Md. R. 149). Transferred from Department of Human Resources to Department of Employment and Training, effective October 1, 1983; recodified from COMAR 07.05.02 to 24.03.01)Regulations .01―04, Job Service Bank System, repealed and Regulations .01―09, Job Service, adopted effective August 3, 1992 (19:15 Md. R. 1393)Regulation .06B amended effective December 21, 1992 (19:25 Md. R. 2208) ―.
09.33.02.00.htm 09.33.02.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 33 JOB SERVICE Chapter 02 Economic Stabilization Authority: Labor and Employment Article, §11-301―11-304, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.33.02.01.htm 09.33.02.01. 01 Purpose.. The Economic Stabilization Act regulations provide voluntary guidelines for employers faced with a major reduction in the work force.
09.33.02.02.htm 09.33.02.02. 02 Exceptions.. This law does not apply to reductions in operations if the reduction:. A. Results solely from labor disputes;. B. Occurs in a commercial, industrial, or agricultural enterprise operated by this State or its political subdivisions;C. Occurs at construction sites or other temporary work places;. D. Results from seasonal factors that are determined to be customary in the industry; or. E. Results when an employer files for bankruptcy under federal bankruptcy laws..
09.33.02.03.htm 09.33.02.03. 03 Definitions.. A. "Employer" means a person, corporation, or other entity that employs at least 50 individuals and operates an industrial, commercial, or business enterprise in the State. "Employer" does not mean the State or its political subdivisions. "Employer" does not include any employer who has been doing business in the State for less than 1 year.B. "Reduction in operations" means the:.
09.33.02.04.htm 09.33.02.04. 04 Voluntary Guidelines for Employers Anticipating a Permanent Reduction in Work Force.. A. Employers facing a reduction in operations should:. 1) Meet with employee representatives regarding concessions or alternatives, or both, to closure in order to save the place and save jobs;2) Notify all impacted employees if a reduction in operation is required:. a) At least 90 days before the termination date; and. b) By written notice to each employee.. B. Termination Phase-In..
09.33.02.05.htm 09.33.02.05. 05 Assistance from the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation.. A. The Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation shall make the Quick Response Program available to employers consisting of:1) On-site unemployment insurance bulk claims registration;. 2) Registration of federal trade readjustment services;. 3) Labor market and retraining information;. 4) Job placement services;. 5) Job seeking and finding information; and. 6) Referral to retraining opportunities..
09.33.02.06.htm 09.33.02.06. 06 Mechanisms to Start Assistance Programs from the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation.. A. Employers may contact the Assistant Secretary for the Division of Employment and Training.. B. The Secretary of the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation shall:. 1) Monitor layoffs to identify employers who are likely to experience a reduction in operations;. 2) Identify employers likely to experience a reduction in operations; and. 3) Contact all employers
09.33.02.9999.htm 09.33.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date: May 19, 1986 (13:10 Md. R. 1158). Chapter recodified from COMAR 24.03.03 to COMAR 24.03.02. Chapter recodified from COMAR 24.03.02 to COMAR 09.33.02, May 1996.
09.33.03.00.htm 09.33.03.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 33 JOB SERVICE Chapter 03 Hospital Employees Retraining Program Authority: Labor and Employment Article, §11-201; Business Regulation Article, §2-102 and 2-105; Health-General Article, §19-326.1; Annotated Code of Maryland
09.33.03.01.htm 09.33.03.01. 01 Purpose.. The purpose of these regulations is to establish a program to provide employment and retraining assistance to hospital employees who are unemployed or may become unemployed due to a hospital's:A. Downsizing;. B. Possible downsizing; or. C. Closure, delicensure, or merger under Health-General Article, §19-325, Annotated Code of Maryland.
09.33.03.02.htm 09.33.03.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Closure" means a voluntary delicensure of all beds by a hospital, and the complete cessation of inpatient hospital services.2) "Commuting distance" means within a 50-mile radius from the employee's regular place of residence.3) "Delicensure" means withdrawal by the Secretary of Health of the license to operate hospital beds or services, pursuant to Health-General Article,
09.33.03.03.htm 09.33.03.03. 03 Eligibility for Services.. A. An individual may be eligible for service through the Hospital Employees Retraining Program if the individual:1) Is included in a hospital's listing of employees scheduled for layoff as required by §B of this regulation;2) Either meets the eligibility requirements for unemployment insurance benefits under Labor and Employment Article, Title 8, Annotated Code of Maryland, or may become unemployed and provides the Department of Labor, Licensin
09.33.03.04.htm 09.33.03.04. 04 Services Provided.. A. The Hospital Employees Retraining Program may include any of the following services:. 1) For employees who meet the eligibility requirements for unemployment insurance benefits under Labor and Employment Article, Title 8, Annotated Code of Maryland:a) Labor market and retraining information to assist employees in obtaining reemployment or retraining, or both;b) Job placement services through job service offices or through special on-site services utilizing
09.33.03.05.htm 09.33.03.05. 05 Filing of Complaints.. A. A hospital employee may file a complaint regarding a determination of eligibility or the provision of services under the Hospital Employees Retraining Program.B. Complaints may be filed in writing with the Assistant Secretary, Division of Employment and Training.
09.33.03.06.htm 09.33.03.06. 06 Hospital Employees Retraining Fund.. A. The Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation shall establish a Hospital Employees Retraining Fund to pay for the costs of the Hospital Employees Retraining Program.B. Fund Revenues.. 1) If a hospital voluntarily closes, merges, or is delicensed and workers are displaced, the Health Services Cost Review Commission shall assess a fee as required by Health-General Article, §19-207.2, Annotated Code of Maryland.2) After receiving recomm
09.33.03.9999.htm 09.33.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―06 adopted as an emergency provision effective July 18, 1986 (13:16 Md. R. 1824) emergency status expired October 31, 1986Chapter recodified from COMAR 24.03.04 to COMAR 24.03.03. Regulations .03, .05, and .06 amended effective August 3, 1992 (19:15 Md. R. 1393) ―. Chapter recodified from COMAR 24.03.03 to COMAR 09.33.03, May 1996. Regulation .01 amended effective December 29, 1997 (24:26 Md. R. 1757).
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