availability for work

availability for work
Readiness and willingness to accept suitable work at a point where there is an available labor market, which work one does not have good cause to refuse. A willingness to accept any suitable work which may be offered without attaching thereto conditions not usual and customary in the occupation but which the individual may desire because of his particular needs or circumstances. Unemployment Compensation Com. v Tomko, 192 Va 463, 65 SE2d 524, 25 ALR2d 107 1; Anno: 25 ALR2d 1077.

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