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Slides from a webinar on the importance of collecting data under Rapid Response services of the Workforce Investment Act.

Slides from a webinar on the importance of collecting data under Rapid Response services of the Workforce Investment Act.

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  • 1. 1 Region 1 & Rapid Response: Region 2 RapidResponse Are You DownRoundtable Series with Data ? February 20, 2013 THE NEW VISION OF RAPID RESPONSE
  • 2. 2 • Webinar hashtag: • #ETARegion1#GetSocial • SlideShare: • http://www.slideshare.net/ETARegion1 THE NEW VISION OF RAPID RESPONSE
  • 3. 3 • Percentage of Dislocated Workers (Exiters) with Rapid Response Services • As reported via the WIASRD (Nation) TheNumbers- National % Received # Received Trend Rapid Response Rapid Response PY2011 3.5 12,806 PY2010 3.8 13,106 PY2009 3.5 20,365 PY2008 3.6 28,772 PY2007 5.3 26,635 THE NEW VISION OF RAPID RESPONSE
  • 4. 4 • Percentage of Dislocated Workers (Exiters) with Rapid Response Services w/ total Exiters The • As reported via the WIASRDNumbers State % RR # Exiters State % RR # Exiters-Region 1 CT 16 2,152 NY 0.0 213,462-Region 2 DC 0.4 463 PA 12.4 12,128 DE 3.7 923 PR 0.0 2,589(PY 2010) MA 25 5,534 RI 1.0 1,710 MD 7.6 1,514 VA 33.8 4,403 ME 15 1,220 WV 10.5 1,661 NH 15.1 1,010 VI 0.0 201 NJ 0.0 5,534 VT 0.0 159 • Only 5,398 DW exiters reported as having received Rapid Response services in Region 1 & 2. THE NEW VISION OF RAPID RESPONSE
  • 5. 5 Amanda Shaffer ETA Region 1 shaffer.amanda@dol.govModerators Tim Theberge ETA Region 1 theberge.timothy@dol.gov THE NEW VISION OF RAPID RESPONSE
  • 6. 6 Ken Messina Rapid Response Manager Massachusetts Department of Career Services kmessina@detma.orgPresenters (617) 626-5703 Norca Disla-Shannon, M.Ed. Rapid Response Coordinator Department of Career Services ndisla-shannon@detma.org (978) 722-7013 THE NEW VISION OF RAPID RESPONSE
  • 7. Rapid Response Roundtable Series:Are you down with data? Deval L. Patrick, Governor Timothy P. Murray, Lieutenant Governor Joanne F. Goldstein, Secretary Alice Sweeney, Acting Director, Department of Career Services 7
  • 8. TRACKING RAPID RESPONSE SERVICES INMASSACHUSETTS • MOSES Database System – (Massachusetts One-Stop Employment System) • All Company information and on-site services • All Employee registration and on-site services • TAA/RR/NEG System 8
  • 9. COMPANY INFORMATION• Tracking of initial contact• Company meeting and services associated with it• Tracking of follow up services and referrals to other programs• Tracking of layoff aversion activities• On-site informational sessions and workshop tracking 9
  • 10. EMPLOYEE INFORMATION • Massachusetts captures registration information at initial Rapid Response information sessions • All information is entered into the MOSES database • All early intervention services prior to layoff are captured • Employees are electronically referred to the Career Center of their choice upon lay off • Information obtained is utilized for demographic reports for use in RRSA and NEGs 10
  • 11. EMPLOYEE PRE-LAYOFF SERVICES • Initial informational sessions • Onsite workshops • Job fair attendance • Individual Career Counseling • TAA informational sessions • Referral to Career Centers 11
  • 12. REFERRAL PROCESS• Rapid Response Employee information is electronically transmitted to the career center chosen by the affected employee• Rapid Response customers are identified by an RR icon on their file in the MOSES database• All services provided by Rapid Response are viewable by the Career Center staff statewide 12
  • 13. TAARRNEG PROGRAM ICONs• Trade Readjustment Act – TAA• Rapid Response – RR• National Emergency Grants – NEG 13
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  • 20. Contact Information Ken Messina Rapid Response Manager Massachusetts Department of Career Services kmessina@detma.org 617-626-5703 Norca Disla-Shannon, M.Ed. Rapid Response Coordinator Department of Career Services ndisla-shannon@detma.org 978-722-7013 20
  • 21. 21 Questions? Future topics? FinalThoughts Hot issues? THE NEW VISION OF RAPID RESPONSE