As used in this part:
(1) “Date of hire” means the date a person who is homeless first performs labor or services for compensation for an employer.
(2) “Governmental entity” is as defined in Section 59-2-511 .
(3) “Permanent housing, permanent supportive, or transitional facility” means a facility:
(a) located within the state;
(b) that provides supervision of residents of the facility; and
(c) that is:
(i) a publicly or privately operated shelter:
(A) designed to provide temporary living accommodations, including a welfare hotel, congregate shelter, or transitional housing for the mentally ill; and
(B) that receives federal homeless assistance funding distributed by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development; or
(ii) an emergency shelter that receives homeless assistance funding from a county, city, or town.
(4) “Person who is homeless” means an individual whose primary nighttime residence is a permanent housing, permanent supportive, or transitional facility.
(5) “Wage requirement” means that an employer pays a person who is homeless $4,000 or more in wages during a time period that:
(a) begins on the date of hire; and
(b) ends no later than two calendar quarters after the calendar quarter in which the date of hire occurs.
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