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Priority Re-employment Services (PREP). Identify and Schedule UC claimants for Reemployment Services. PREP. Introduction - Purpose Benefit to One Stop Service Centers Customer Identification Process Service Plan Outcomes. Purpose. Identification of dislocated workers

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Priority re employment services prep

Priority Re-employment Services (PREP)

Identify and Schedule UC claimants

for Reemployment Services


PREP

  • Introduction - Purpose

  • Benefit to One Stop Service Centers

  • Customer Identification

  • Process

  • Service Plan

  • Outcomes


Purpose
Purpose

  • Identification of dislocated workers

  • Provide timely re-employment services to shorten duration of UC

  • Return claimants to productive, stable employment

  • Receive positive customer feedback


History
History

  • Profiling in Florida began in October 1994

  • Prototype state

  • Job Search Assistance Demonstration Project ended 1999

  • 2003 PREP was integrated into the One-Stop Management Information System (OSMIS)


One stop career center benefits
One-Stop Career Center Benefits

  • Provides a steady, scheduled source of job applicants

  • Increases placement rates

  • Invaluable resource of dislocated workers

  • Customer appreciation for knowledge of services available


Reason for program
Reason for Program

  • Federal Law - U.C. Amendments of 1993, Public Law (PL) 103-152

  • Florida U.C. Law, Section 443.091(1)(d) Florida Admin. Rules- 60BB-3.028

  • Opportunity for UC claimants who file Internet, telephone or mail claims to receive reemployment services


Uc law fl statutes section 443 091 4 d
UC Law FL Statutes Section 443.091 4 (d)

  • An unemployed individual shall be eligible to receive benefits with respect to any week only if the agency finds that she or he participates in reemployment services, such as job search assistance services, pursuant to a profiling system established by rule of the agency to be likely to exhaust regular benefits and to be in need of reemployment services.


Customer identification
Customer Identification

  • Monetarily eligible UC, Combined Wage (CWC), Federal (UCFE), and Military (UCX) claimants who have received a first payment


Excluded claimants
Excluded Claimants

  • CWC, UCFE, UCX

  • Interstate Claimants

  • Union Affiliation

  • Special programs

    TRA/TAA, DUA, and STC

  • Transitional Claimants

  • Claimants on Recall Status

  • Seasonally / Partially unemployed

  • First pay > than 42 days after the BYB


Profiling process
Profiling Process

  • Selection – UC identifies pool

  • Pool sent to OSMIS (weekend process)

  • Scheduling - Before 5:00PM Thursday

  • Notices mailed to claimants

  • Claimant identified in OSMIS PREP Worklog

  • Services provided in OSMIS Service Plan

  • Entered as completed in Service Plan and in EFM


Orientation
Orientation

  • Record attendance & explain benefits

  • Group completes Assessment Questionnaire and Work Readiness Checklist (should have completed it prior to orientation session)

  • Identify exempted individuals and excuse

  • Schedule claimants for interview/services based on the Readiness Checklist and Self Evaluation

  • Provide services

  • Enter as completed in OSMIS and EFM


Orientation emphasis
Orientation Emphasis

  • Attending re-employment services is not good cause for refusing suitable work

  • Work search suspended for service only

  • If unable to attend, notify one- stop

  • Documentation needed to exempt

  • Allow claimants to reschedule


Assessment interview
Assessment Interview

  • Completion of Assessment

    Questionnaire

  • Assessment Interview recorded

    • EFM Services Screen

    • Results on Notes screen


Exemptions
Exemptions

  • Return to work date within 10 weeks

  • Attending approved training

    • Check BH10 for non-monetary determination

  • Prior services received in the last 12 months

    • Documentation required or check BH10


Analysis
Analysis

  • Educational Level

  • Work History

  • Vocational Skills

  • Barriers



Intent
Intent

  • The intent of PREP is to provide Re-employment Services, not to deny benefits.

  • Try to re-set orientation appointment, instead of exempting. If you schedule an individual for services, please try to provide those services and code the plan as having completed the services to receive credit.

  • Try not to exempt individuals if at all possible because USDOL has requested that no more that 30% of those scheduled be exempted from services.


Summary of process
Summary of Process

  • Orientation

  • Assessment Interview

  • Service Plan to Schedule Services

  • Provide Reemployment Services

  • Enter completion code on Service Plan to receive service credit and to remove Profiling flag

  • Enter completed services on EFM activities

    screen

    An equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. All voice telephone numbers on this document may be reached by persons using TTY/TDD equipment via the Florida Relay Service at 711.


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