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Example 1: Ms. V's Work First assignment consists of 100 hours of vocational training classes for the month (80 hours of Pay-After-Performance hours and 20 hours of Supplemental hours). She missed 6 hours of classes this month. She attended 94 hours of classes. Since Ms. V completed her required number of Pay-After-Performance hours (80) for the month, the Work First payment is not reduced.

Example 2: Ms. X's Work First assignment consists of 100 hours of vocational training classes for the month (80 hours of Pay-After-Performance and 20 hours of Supplemental). She missed 25 hours of classes this month. She attended 75 hours of classes. Since Ms. X completed 75 of the required 80 hours of Pay-After-Performance hours, the Work First payment is reduced for 5 hours of missed Pay-After-Performance activity.

Example 3: The client's monthly cash and FS benefits are \$474. The client is expected to work 92 Pay-After-Performance hours each month. The client misses 4 hours of work this month. Her cash benefit is \$278 divided by 92 hours = \$3.02 per hour. The cash benefit of \$278 is reduced by \$12 (\$3.02 X 4 hours = \$12). The client receives a monthly cash benefit of \$266.