0008 9771 96 (May 15, 2014) – A claimant, who could only work weekdays in the morning and until 3:00 p.m. due to childcare responsibilities, had good cause to restrict her work search where her work history showed that work was available within these restrictions. Given that the claimant made $13.00 per hour, a one-hour shift at a location far away from her home was not an offer of suitable employment.
0002 2267 99 (Oct. 11, 2013) – Where a claimant has restricted her work search to part-time hours for the same urgent, compelling, and necessitous reason that she had to quit her previous employment, she has met the requirements of G.L. c. 151A, § 24(b) and 430 CMR 4.45(1)(b).
BR-108922 (Apr. 30, 2009) - Parent was able and available for work, even though she restricted her work search to certain part-time hours due to her child's disability. She was a qualified individual with a disability within the meaning of the DUA part-time regulations, (formerly at 430 CMR 4.45(2), now at 430 CMR 4.45(3).)
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