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ment in a subdivision of such firm other (1) The State agency shall pay such than that in which he was last employed. retroactive allowances for weeks with re

(g) “Impact date” means the date on spect to which the dislocated worker rewhich a dislocation began or threatens ceived unemployment insurance or for to begin as specified in a certification weeks with respect to which he was with respect to a group of workers pur- denied unemployment insurance for the suant to section 302(g) (1) of the Auto- reason only that he was taking training motive Act.

approved by the State agency.

(2) The State agency shall pay such $ 92.4 Qualifications.

retroactive allowances for weeks other To qualify for trade readjustment al- than those covered by subparagraph (1) lowances under the Automotive Act, a of this paragraph if the dislocated worker worker must meet each of the following submits a written statement certified to requirements:

be true to the best of his knowledge and (a) He must make an application for belief, and the State agency determines a trade readjustment allowance in ac- on the basis of the information contained cordance with instructions and on form in such statement, State agency records, furnished by the Secretary which shall or other reasonably available informabe furnished to the worker by the State tion that he is entitled to such allowagency.

ances. In this connection, the state(b) He must be a dislocated worker. ment shall include information with re

(c) His partial or total separation spect to each such week as to (i) his must have occurred

unemployment, and if he worked, for (1) After January 17, 1965, and

whom, how much he was paid, and the (2) After the impact date specified in reason for the termination of his emthe applicable certification; but

ployment; and (ii) his ability to work, (3) Before the expiration of the 2- availability for work, and what steps he year period following the date on which took to obtain work. The statement the most recent applicable certification shall include also any other information was made, and

requested by the State agency necessary (4) Before the termination date, if to determine whether the dislocated any, specified pursuant to section 302(g) worker is otherwise entitled to such alof the Automotive Act.

lowances. If the State agency finds that (d) He must have been employed he took such steps to obtain work as a within the qualifying period specified in reasonable man would take in his cir§ 91.1(w) of this chapter

cumstances, he shall be deemed to have (1) In at least 78 weeks at wages of been available for work. at least $15 in each of such weeks, and (3) The State agency shall not apply

(2) In at least 26 weeks out of the State law provisions regarding claimant last 52 calendar weeks in such period at reporting, registration for work, or wages of at least $15 in each of such search for work for any week to which weeks in a firm or firms with respect to subparagraphs (1) and (2) of this parawhich a certification of dislocation has

graph are applicable. been made under section 302 of the Au

(b) This section shall not be deemed tomotive Act. For the purpose of meet

to preclude payment to a dislocated ing this requirement weeks in adversely

worker to trade readjustment allowances

on a retroactive basis for weeks of unaffected employment may be combined

employment beginning after January 19, with weeks in dislocated employment.

1966, in cases where an adversely affected Evidence that a worker has met the re- worker would be entitled to such payquirements of this section shall be ob- ment. tained in accordance with $ 91.4 of this

$ 92.6 Relocation allowances. chapter.

(a) Relocation allowances may be $ 92.5 Retroactive payment of trade re

granted to qualified dislocated workers adjustment allowances.

subject to the terms and conditions set (a) Trade readjustment allowances forth $$ 91.18, 91.25 of this chapter, are payable retroactively for weeks of un- except that with respect to relocations employment beginning after January 17, occurring after January 17, 1965, and 1965, and before January 19, 1966, to before January 19, 1966, $$ 91.18(d), qualified dislocated workers as herein- (e), and (g), 91.19, 91.20 and 91.24 shall below provided.

not apply.

(b) A relocation allowance shall be granted retroactively to a dislocated worker for å relocation occurring after January 17, 1965, and before January 19, 1966, if

(1) He had at the time of relocation no reasonable prospect of obtaining suitable employment in the commuting area of his former place of residence. In determining whether a worker has met this requirement the opinion of the director of the employment service of the State in which the commuting area of the worker's former place of residence is located shall be taken into account.

(2) He relocated because he obtained suitable employment affording a reason

able expectation of long-term duration in the area in which he relocated, or relocated in reliance upon an adequatelysubstantiated bona fide offer of such employment and failed to obtain such employment by reason of circumstances outside of his control.

(3) The relocation was completed to the extent provided by § 91.25(d) of this chapter.

(4) He can present reasonable substantiation of the costs of the relocation.

(c) In determining the amount payable retroactively as a relocation allowance the limitations of $ $ 91.21, 91.22, and 91.23 of this chapter shall apply.

Subtitle B-Regulations Relating to Labor

CHAPTER NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

Part 100 101 102 103

Employee responsibilities and conduct.
Statements of procedure, Series 8.
Rules and regulations, Series 8.
Other rules.

PART 100-EMPLOYEE RESPONSI

BILITIES AND CONDUCT

Subpart A-General Provisions Sec. 100.735-1 Policy. 100.735-2 Responsibilities. 100.735-3 Advisory and interpretation

service. 100.735-4 Disciplinary and other remedial

action. 100.735-5 Definitions.

Subpart D-Conduct and Responsibilities of

Special Government Employees Sec. 100.735-41 General provisions. 100.73542 Use of employment. 100.735-43 Use of inside information. 100.735-44 Coercion. 100.735-45 Gifts, entertainment, and favors. 100.735–46 Statement of employment and

financial interests. 100.735-47 Miscellaneous statutory provi

sions.

Subpart B-Conduct and Responsibilities of

Employees 100.735–11 General provisions. 100.735-12 Gifts, entertainment, and favors, 100.735-13 Outside employment or occupa

tion. 100.735–14 Other outside activities. 100.735–15 Special additional requirements

for Presidential appointees. 100.735-16 Financial and other interests. 100.735–17 Use of Government property. 100.735-18 Misuse of information. 100.735-19 Indebtedness. 100.735–20 Gambling, betting, and lotteries. 100.735-21 General conduct prejudicial to

the Government. 100.735-22 Miscellaneous statutory and non

statutory provisions. Subpart (Statements of Employment and Fi

nancial Interests Required of Certain Employees 100.735-31 General provisions. 100.735-32 Who must report. 100.735-33 Initial submission of employee

statements. 100.735–34 Annual requirement. 100.735-36 Interests. 100.735–37 Information not required. 100.735-38 Confidentiality of employee's

statements. 100.735-39

Effect of employee's statement

on other requirements.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 100 Issued under E.O. 11222 of May 8, 1965, 80 F.R. 6469, 3 CFR, 1965 Supp.; 5 CFR 736.104.

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 100 appear at 32 F.R. 13560, Sept. 27, 1967, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart A-General Provisions $ 100.735–1 Policy.

In order to assure the proper performance of the Government's business and the maintenance of public confidence, all employees shall maintain high standards of honesty, integrity, impartiality, and conduct. The avoidance of misconduct and conflicts of interests, apparent or real, on the part of all employees through informed judgment is indispensable to the maintenance of the standards in this part. Since service is the keystone of the Agency's operations, each person who deals with the Agency is entitled to courtesy and consideration. Not only must his case be treated with fairnessthere must not be even the appearance of unfairness.

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