WAC 388-444-0065

Effective November 22, 2013

WAC 388-444-0065 Am I eligible for Basic Food if I quit my job or reduce my work effort?

1.    You are not eligible for Basic Food if you voluntarily quit your current job without good cause as defined in WAC 388-444-0070, and:

a.    You were working or self-employed and working thirty hours or more per week or you had weekly earnings at least equal to the federal minimum wage multiplied by thirty hours; and

b.    The quit was within sixty days before you applied for Basic Food or any time after; and

c.    At the time of quit you would have been required to register for work as defined in WAC 388-444-0005.

 

2.      You are not eligible for Basic Food if you voluntarily reduce your work effort without good cause as defined in WAC 388-444-0070, and:

a.    You were working or self-employed and working thirty hours or more per week or you had weekly earnings at least equal to the federal minimum wage multiplied by thirty hours; and

b.    The reduction was within sixty days before you applied for Basic Food or any time after; and

c.    If after the reduction,  you are working less than thirty hours per week or your weekly earnings are not at least equal to the federal minimum wage multiplied by thirty hours; and

d.  At the time of the reduction you would have been required to register for work as defined in WAC 388-444-0005.

 

3.   You are not eligible to receive Basic Food if you have participated in a strike against a federal, state or local government and have lost your employment because of such participation.

This is a reprint of the official rule as published by the Office of the Code Reviser. If there are previous versions of this rule, they can be found using the Legislative Search page.