20 CFR 668.370 - What policies govern payments to participants, including wages, training allowances or stipends, or direct payments for supportive services?

§ 668.370 What policies govern payments to participants, including wages, training allowances or stipends, or direct payments for supportive services?
(a) INA grantees may pay training allowances or stipends to participants for their successful participation in and completion of education or training services (except such allowance may not be provided to participants in OJT). Allowances or stipends may not exceed the Federal or State minimum wage, whichever is higher.
(b) INA grantees may not pay a participant in a training activity when the person fails to participate without good cause.
(c) If a participant in a WIA-funded activity, including participants in OJT, is involved in an employer-employee relationship, that participant must be paid wages and fringe benefits at the same rates as trainees or employees who have similar training, experience and skills and which are not less than the higher of the applicable Federal, State or local minimum wage. (WIA sec. 181(a)(1).)
(d) In accordance with the policy described in the two-year plan, INA grantees may pay incentive bonuses to participants who meet or exceed individual employability or training goals established in writing in the individual employment plan.
(e) INA grantees must comply with other restrictions listed in WIA sections 181 through 199, which apply to all programs funded under title I of WIA.
(f) INA grantees must comply with the provisions on labor standards in WIA section 181(b).

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