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Welfare Bill SB 311 Section 1 SB 311 will reform the current system of welfare The reform of the national system is based on the Wisconsin Works or W-2 bill The bill makes it necessary for people receiving financial medical and other various types of government assistance to work for what they receive The goal of this bill is to eventually get everyone off of the current welfare system This bill requires everyone who is currently receiving welfare to find employment or enter a job training program The part of the W-2 bill that will be included is the part that deals with job location Every participant would have to meet with a financial and employment planner who would help develop a money and time management program for that person They would also determine which level of employment or training the participant is ready for Here are the levels from top to bottom Unsubsidized Employment People entering at this level will be offered the best available and immediate job opportunity If the job does not provide a high enough income to support oneself income credits food stamps Medical Assistance and child care may be accessible for 6 months This period of time is given to the participant to locate a higher income job Trial Jobs These jobs are designed for people who are not able to locate unsubsidized work The bill would cover added costs to the employer for training an employee which might need extra support in job training for the first 3-6 months These trial jobs should result in permanent positions While a participant is working at a trial job the would be eligible for all of the current assistance programs If a person quits a trial job they will be ineligible for any further financial or any other type of assistance Community Service Jobs This category is reserved for people who do not have the job skills
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