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Decision 18846 Full Text of Decision 18846

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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The claimant may impose restrictions on the type of employment desired, but in order to demonstrate availability she must prove that there are reasonable prospects of finding that type of employment in the existing labour market (CUBs 17786 and 17982).


Decision 18824 Full Text of Decision 18824

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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Availability presupposes a sincere desire and personal efforts to find work without unduly restrictive conditions. One's intentions may indicate whether he had a sincere desire to work and if he imposes conditions the CEIC must establish they are unreasonable before disentitling.

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availability for work restrictions work permit limitations in canada
availability for work applicability definition

Decision 17387 Full Text of Decision 17387

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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Millwright who, after 8 months, would not accept less than union rate. Restrictions may be imposed but, in order to demonstrate continued availability, one must show that there are reasonable prospects of finding work of this restrictive nature in the existing labour market.

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availability for work restrictions wages or salary

Decision 13363A Full Text of Decision 13363A

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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Prior to disentitling a claimant, the Commission must prove that self-imposed restrictions are unreasonable. [p. 6]

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availability for work applicability definition

Decision 15065 Full Text of Decision 15065

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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Cashier available in Montreal for evening and night work because of family responsibilities. Opinion of CEIC (little chance) based on no market survey. Not only was there no evidence indicating that no possibilities existed, but a reasonable time period was not given.


Decision 14751 Full Text of Decision 14751

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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According to the insured, the simple opinion of an employment counsellor has little conclusive value; CEIC should provide statistics or more substantive evidence. Untenable argument. After 7 months of job seeking, if he has done so, the insured is capable of realizing this. [p. 3]

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availability for work job search warning before disentitlement

Decision 14130 Full Text of Decision 14130

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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Assuming that she could only get to Selkirk, the Commission has not provided any labour market evidence that there was no suitable employment there. If there was any at all, then the Commission should have allowed her a reasonable time.

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misconduct absences from work

Decision 12851 Full Text of Decision 12851

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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Further information required as to exactly on what basis a decision was made that there are limited employment opportunities in the stated area, what criteria were used, how the concept is defined with respect to various occupations and geographical areas.

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umpires judgment in written form a requirement

Decision 12842 Full Text of Decision 12842

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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It is well established that a Commission allegation of non-availability must be supported by labour market information showing few or no chances of employment with the restriction. No such evidence here . [p. 5]

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availability for work job search warning before disentitlement

Decision 12831 Full Text of Decision 12831

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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The CEIC has not really satisfied the onus of proving that she was unavailable. Was her job search inadequate? What were the chances of obtaining work at those hours? It is not sufficient to obtain labour market information that claimant may be restricting her chances of work.

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availability for work job search as a requirement
board of referees constitution of board quorum

Decision 11895 Full Text of Decision 11895

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availability for work restrictions labour market information
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A question of fact to be examined and weighed by taking into account not only claimant's intentions, but also the number and frequency of employment opportunities in type of occupation claimant is capable of undertaking and willing to do in the area where he wants to be employed.

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board of referees legislative authority purpose of ui system
availability for work job search reliance on others
availability for work job search as a useless act
availability for work job search number of contacts
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