Participants shall not be assigned, placed or be permitted to work for any employer or worksite where:
- Any other individual is laid off from the same or substantially equivalent job;
- An employer has terminated a regular employee and filled the vacancy with a participant;
- An employer has caused an involuntary reduction in the workforce and filled the vacancy with a participant;
- An employer has caused an involuntary reduction below full-time hours of any employee in the same or substantially equivalent job;
- An employer has caused an involuntary reduction in wages or employment benefits;
- Placement of a recipient will violate an existing collective bargaining agreement, unless the labor organization and the employer provide a written concurrence;
- The job is created in a promotional line that will infringe in any way upon the promotional opportunities of currently employed individuals;
- The placement is the equivalent of filling an established unfilled position vacancy, or is the equivalent of performing a job that is substantially similar to the vacant position, unless the participant is given a bona fide opportunity to apply for the position as an unsubsidized employee after 18 weeks of satisfactory service in the position; or
- There is a hiring freeze for positions that are the same or substantially similar to the position performed by the participants.
Historical and Statutory
Legislative History of Laws
For Law 13-150, see notes following § 32-1601.
DC CODE § 32-1608
Current through December 11, 2012
(July 18, 2000, D.C. Law 13-150, § 9, 47 DCR 4644.)