lA job which involves less than
four hours of work per day
where the injured worker is capable of working four or more hours per day will be considered unsuitable.
lA job which
represents permanent seasonal employment
will generally be considered unsuitable unless the injured worker was a career seasonal or temporary employee when injured.In locations where year-round jobs are scarce, however, a seasonal position may be considered suitable for an injured worker who previously held a year-round
job.In either case, the job must reasonably represent the claimant's wage earning capacity.