Your Committee on Employment, Labor and Pensions , to which was referred House Bill 1457 , has had the same under consideration and begs leave to report the same back to the House with the recommendation that said bill be amended as follows:
connection with the individual's work; or
(4) that such individual is in attendance at a regularly established public or private school during the customary hours of the individual's occupation or is in any vacation period intervening between regular school terms during which the individual is a student. However, this subdivision does not apply to any individual who is attending a regularly established school, has been regularly employed and upon becoming unemployed makes an effort to secure full-time work and is available for suitable full-time work with the individual's last employer, or is available for any other full-time employment deemed suitable.
(d) Notwithstanding any other provisions in this section or IC 22-4-15-2, no otherwise eligible individual shall be denied benefits for any week because the individual is in training with the approval of the department, nor shall such individual be denied benefits with respect to any week in which the individual is in training with the approval of the department by reason of the application of the provisions of this section with respect to the availability for work or active search for work or by reason of the application of the provisions of IC 22-4-15-2 relating to failure to apply for, or the refusal to accept, suitable work. The department shall by rule prescribe the conditions under which approval of such training will be granted.
(e) Notwithstanding subsection (b), (c), or (d), or IC 22-4-15-2, an otherwise eligible individual shall not be denied benefits for any week or determined not able, available, and actively seeking work, because the individual is responding to a summons for jury service. The individual shall:
(1) obtain from the court proof of the individual's jury service; and
(2) provide to the department, in the manner the department prescribes by rule, proof of the individual's jury service.
(f) For purposes of this section, reemployment services and reemployment and eligibility assessment activities provided to an individual:
(1) must include:
(A) orientation to the services available through a one stop center (as defined by IC 22-4.5-2-6);
(B) provision of labor market and career information;
(C) assessment of the individual's workforce and other job related skills; and
(D) a review of the individual's work search efforts; and
(2) may include:
(A) comprehensive and specialized assessments;
(B) individual and group career counseling;
(C) training services;
(D) additional services to assist the individual in becoming reemployed;
(E) job search counseling; and
(F) development and review of the individual's reemployment plan that includes the individual's participation in job search activities and appropriate workshops.
(g) The department may require an individual participating in reemployment and eligibility assessment activities described in this section to provide proof of identity.".
and when so amended that said bill do pass.