13 ncac 12 .0407 DESIGNATION OF YOUTH EMPLOYMENT CERTIFICATE ISSUERS
(a) County directors of social services may, subject to approval by the Commissioner of Labor, designate personnel outside their staffs to issue youth employment certificates. Requests for designee approval shall be made on the Department of Labor form provided to each DSS office.
(b) The Commissioner of Labor shall approve the designation only if:
(1) The designee is an employee of a State or local government agency, a public, private or charter school, or a private non-profit organization which assists in placing youths into jobs at no cost to the youths;
(2) The designee and the designee's employer have consented to the designation and the conditions for designation in Paragraph (c) of this Rule; and
(3) The designee has received training provided by the Department of Labor or training which has been approved as equivalent by the Department.
(c) The Department of Labor approval of a designee shall be made upon the agreement of the designee and the designee's employer to the following conditions:
(1) Neither the designee nor the designee's employer shall be entitled to receive any funding from the county department of social services or the Department of Labor for performing the functions of a designee;
(2) The designee may not issue any youth employment certificate to a youth for a job with the designee's employer;
(3) Neither the designee nor the designee's employer may charge a fee in connection with the issuance of any youth employment certificate; and
(4) The designee shall take training provided by the Department of Labor or training which has been approved as equivalent by the Department.
(d) Department of Labor approval of a designee shall be terminated upon:
(1) Failure of the designee or the designee's employer to abide by the conditions listed in Paragraph (c) of this Rule;
(2) Written resignation by the designee;
(3) Separation from employment with the agency, institution or organization with whom the designee was employed at the time of approval;
(4) Written withdrawal of the designee's employer's consent;
(5) Written withdrawal of the designation by the county director of social services; or
(6) Written withdrawal of the approval by the Commissioner of Labor.
History Note: Authority G.S. 95-25.5; 95-25.19;
Eff. April 1, 2001;
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. March 1, 2016.