For any support order being enforced by the public authority, the public authority may seek a court order requiring the obligor to seek employment if:
(1) employment of the obligor cannot be verified;
(2) the obligor is in arrears in court-ordered child support or maintenance payments or both in an amount equal to or greater than three times the obligor's total monthly support and maintenance payments; and
(3) the obligor is not in compliance with a written payment plan.
Upon proper notice being given to the obligor, the court may enter a seek employment order if it finds that the obligor has not provided proof of gainful employment and has not consented to an order for income withholding under section 518A.53 or entered into a written payment plan approved by the court, a child support magistrate, or the public authority.
The order to seek employment shall:
(1) order that the obligor seek employment within a determinate amount of time;
(2) order that the obligor file with the public authority on a weekly basis a report of at least five new attempts to find employment or of having found employment, which report must include the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of any employers or businesses with whom the obligor attempted to seek employment and the name of the individual contact to whom the obligor made application for employment or to whom an inquiry was directed;
(3) notify the obligor that failure to comply with the order is evidence of a willful failure to pay support under section 518A.72;
(4) order that the obligor provide the public authority with verification of any reason for noncompliance with the order; and
(5) specify the duration of the order, not to exceed three months.