Temporary Assistance/Case Management Manual

0275.025.10.10 OJT Employment and Supportive Services

IM-37 June 17, 2011

On-the-job training and supportive services are documented through wage stubs or the MWA Attendance Log form.

When the employee has not worked long enough or the employer has not provided written documentation, the Missouri Work Assistance (MWA) case manager must verbally verify the information with the employer and record the information on the MWA Employment Verification form.

Supportive services pay is likely recorded with the “regular” pay and should be transparent.

A paid hour at the worksite is considered an hour worked at the activity. After documentation is obtained, enter the hours under the On-the-Job Training service on the Participation Hours Verification or the Mass Participation Hours Verification screen in the MWA System. The documentation is placed in the paper file.