IM-185 10/09/01 WAGE SUPPLEMENTATION CHANGES
|WAGE SUPPLEMENTATION CHANGES
MANUAL REVISION #46
SECTIONS 0230.000.00 AND 0280.020.21
|Effective October 1, 2001 food stamp diversion
will no longer be a part of the supplement paid to a Wage Supplementation
employer. Attached to this memorandum are revised manual pages that
reflect the changes. These changes are being made per memorandum
Wage Supplementation Changes, dated September 13, 2001.
Wage Supplementation is a program to promote employers to hire Temporary Assistance participants. As an incentive, employers receive a supplement equal to the average Temporary Assistance grant each month to help supplement the wages paid to the former recipient. The employer receives this supplement for up to 12 months (48 months in certain zip codes in Jackson County).
Advantages of the Wage Supplementation for the participant are: