Ariz. Admin. Code § R6-3-52250 - Incarceration or Other Legal Detention (able and Available 250)

Current through Register Vol. 48, No. 14, April 8, 2022

A. An individual who is prevented from accepting employment because of confinement in jail is unavailable for work. However, every form of legal detention does not result in complete withdrawal from the labor market.
B. In most instances, a person on probation is not unduly restricted. Neither is a person who is free on bond pending appearance in court. A person under a peace bond (a bond conditioned on performance or non-performance of certain acts) may or may not be available, depending upon how much his field of employment is restricted. Broadly speaking a person is available for work when his personal conditions and circumstances leave him free to accept and undertake some form of work for which he is qualified. The fact that employers may hesitate to employ a person with a police record is irrelevant, since the person's availability is not dependent upon the willingness of employers to hire him.


Ariz. Admin. Code § R6-3-52250
Former rule number - Able and Available 250. Former rule repealed, new Section R6-3-52250 adopted effective January 24, 1977 (Supp. 77-1).

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