Current through Register Vol. 48, No. 14, April 8, 2022
A. A claimant is considered available for
work only when he is prepared to accept at once (or within a reasonable time)
any offer of suitable full-time employment. When the claimant's domestic
circumstances are such that no work can be accepted for a temporary or
permanent period, the claimant is unavailable for work. If, however, the
claimant's circumstances do not unduly restrict his chances of employment, he
may be available.
restrictions must be considered in the light of the prevailing conditions of
work, the claimant's past experience in working under such restrictions, and
the opportunity of obtaining work under such restrictions. Quantitative
standards cannot be set forth, but a good working rule is that a claimant's
restrictions must not narrow his field of employment to such a degree that he
has no reasonable possibility of obtaining or accepting employment for which he
is reasonably fitted.