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Getting Back to WORK After a Trade Related Layoff. Trade Adjustment Assistance. You are eligible to apply for Adjustment A ssistance. Totally or partially separated from employment on or after August 30, 2010. What benefits do I receive if I get Adjustment Assistance?.

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Getting back to work after a trade related layoff

Getting Back to WORKAfter a Trade Related Layoff

Trade Adjustment Assistance


You are eligible to apply for adjustment a ssistance

Youare eligible to apply for Adjustment Assistance.

Totally or partially separated from employment on or after August 30, 2010.


Getting back to work after a trade related layoff

What benefits do I receive if I get Adjustment Assistance?


An opportunity to upgrade your skills through

An Opportunity to Upgrade Your Skills Through:

Training.


Tra income support while you are participating in

TRA Income Support while you are participating in

Full Time Training.

You may be eligible for up to

2 ½ years

of income support if attending training.

(***Deadlines apply)


A chance to upgrade your skills while working through

A chance to upgrade your skills while working through

On-the-Job Training.


Money to help you job search outside of

Money to help you job search outside of

a commutable distance.

$1,250


Money to help you relocate in order for you to

Money to help you relocate in order for you to

Work.

90%


Tax credits to help offset the cost of your monthly health

Tax credits to help offset the cost of your monthly health

insurance premium.

Health Coverage Tax Credit (HCTC)

http://www.irs.gov/hctc

72.5% of monthly health insurance premium costs.


Getting back to work after a trade related layoff

RTAA

Workers 50+ years of age can receive a 50% wage subsidy.


A wage subsidy helping to make up the difference in pay

A wage subsidy helping to make up the difference in pay

between your

old job & new job.

Up to $10,000


Getting back to work after a trade related layoff

get work quicker. stay longer.

earn more.

A StrongFocus on Training


Unsure

Unsure?

Start the Process Now


Have you received a letter from the new york state department of labor

Have you received a letter from the New York State Department of Labor?

Adversely Affected Incumbent Worker


If you have received a letter from nysdol you want to move fast

If you have received a letter from NYSDOL you want to move fast..

Prior Example

Starting the Process Now Will Help You Receive 100% of Your TAA Benefits.


Getting back to work after a trade related layoff

After Layoff


Submit your request for determination of entitlement form

Submit Your Request for Determination of Entitlement Form

Also known as Form #TA 720


Send form ta 720 to

Send Form #TA 720 To:

NYS Department of Labor

TRA Unit

Mail (Address on the Form)

Fax (518) 402-1086


Determination of entitlement

Determination of Entitlement

Form You’ll Receive from NYSDOL


Getting back to work after a trade related layoff

You must be enrolled in TAA approved training or granted a waiver from training before: xx-xx-xxxx


Getting back to work after a trade related layoff

Meeting With Your

Employment Counselor


Before training can be approved

Before Training Can be Approved

Work with your Employment Counselor to research potential careers that are in demand in your area and determine which are a good fit.


Before training can be approved1

Before Training Can be Approved

Make sure you have the academic skills needed for successful completion of a specific training program.


If you think you might be interested in taa training and benefits

If you think you might be interested in TAA training and benefits….


Training enrollment deadline

Training Enrollment Deadline

The date you

must be enrolled

in TAA approved training.


Waivers must be issued

Waivers Must Be Issued

Prior to exhausting your BASIC TRA benefits ORbefore the training enrollment deadline date found on your TA722, whichever date is first.


You can lose income support

You can lose income support

If you aren’t enrolled in training or

have an approved plan with a waiver.


Taa approved training plans are now a must

TAA Approved Training Plans are Now A MUST

Before

Now

Must Have a Training Plan

  • No Training Plan Needed


Income support while in training

Income Support While in Training

130 Payable Weeks over a 150 Week Period

Unemployment Insurance

Basic TRA

26 Weeks

52 X WBA

Additional TRA

65 Weeks

Payable in 78 Weeks

Completion TRA

13 Weeks

Payable in 20 Weeks

Lay Off

Until one month after last service benefit

TRA Exhausted

Impact

HCTC

2 ½ Years


Please remember

Please Remember

All Trade Act services require the development of a plan with an Employment Counselor and a submitted/approved request prior to program participation.


Getting back to work after a trade related layoff

Area One-Stop Centers & Affiliates

CSS Workforce New York/Department of Labor Offices

  • PA CareerLink Bradford County Towanda, PA Jeff Seeley 570-265-2171 ext. 23

  • PA CareerLink Tioga County, Wellsboro, PA Susette Caldwell 570-724-1939 ext. 231

  • Binghamton Career Center, Binghamton Liz Herko-Daniels 607-778-6481

  • Owego One Stop, 1062 St Rt 38 Owego, NY 607-687-8500

Elmira ~ 318 Madison Avenue(607) 733-7131

Corning ~ 20 Denison Parkway W (607) 937-8337

Hornell ~ 107 Broadway (607) 324-8388

Montour Falls ~ 323 Owego Street (607) 535-6840

Bath ~ 117 E Street (607) 776-7712

Other One Stop Locations


If you think you might want training

If you think you might want training…

Please join us at our detailed training session.


We ll assist you throughout the process

We’ll Assist You Throughout the Process


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