Metrics, Dashboards & Business Engagement for Workforce Pros
1 May 3, 2013 Expanding Business Engagement Ini2a2ve US DOL Employment & Training Administra2on Expanding Business Engagement Ini2a2ve US DOL Employment & Training Administra2on Proﬁles & Metrics Virtual Learning Series Session 2 June 5, 2013
2 2 DOLETA Team Gina Wells Megan Lizik Jonathan Payne U.S. Department of Labor, ETA
3 3 Social Policy Research Associates (SPR) Ahmad Mansur EBE Project Manager Kris@n Wolﬀ Technical Assistance & Training Sam McCoy Technical Assistance & Training
4 4 SubmiLng Ques2ons § To submit a ques2on or comment, type the ques2on in the text box § Click the send buRon. § Your name, the text and your ques2on will appear on your screen, indica2ng successful submission. § If you’d like, you may choose who you want to submit the ques2on to by selec2ng their name from the drop-‐down menu in the “Start Chat with” ﬁeld (default is “Everyone”) Chat Room Send BuRon Text Box Drop-‐Down Menu
5 5 It’s geLng HOT in here… Avoiding the ﬁre drill: • Phone muted at all 2mes unless speaking • Deac2vate microphones on all devices • Avoid using 3rd party applica2ons. Just use your phone. 5
6 6 Avoiding the Fire Drill: 6• Turn oﬀ all microphones including webcams & computer mics • Use your phone to dial back in – do not use Skype, etc.
7 7 Agenda ü Overview: Day 2 of the EBE Virtual Learning Series! ü EBE Dashboards & Metrics: Team MA ü Eﬀec2ve Prac2ce Proﬁle: NAWB ü Q&A ü Closing and What to Expect Tomorrow
8 8 Overview: Virtual Learning Series & Final Session Day Theme Day 1: June 5th Transforma2on Stories Day 2: June 6th MassachuseRs on Metrics & Mini Proﬁle Day 3: June 7th Social Media That Works & EBE Case Studies Final Session: June 21, 2013 Review of progress & EBE tools, website
9 9 Ken Messina Ken Messina Statewide Rapid Response Manager MassachuseRs Division of Career Services
10 Department Descrip@on Business Served (2013) Amount of Funding/ Grants Awarded Jobs Created Jobs Retained Employees Served Private Investment EOLWD – Rapid Response Team Responds to lay-‐oﬀs and closing around the state, Also involved in Lay-‐oﬀ Aversion & assis2ng co. w/economic development-‐. 217 Lay-‐oﬀ 49 Aversion $832,115.00-‐RRSA-‐Grants 6-‐Companies n/a n/a 11,625-‐aﬀected 1853-‐employees n/a EOLWD-‐DCS-‐ Career Centers To serve as the States delivery system for employment & training services to employers and job seekers 9237 n/a 6606-‐Job orders listed n/a 16,326-‐Customers entered employment n/a EOLWD-‐DCS-‐ Workforce Training Fund To provide employers with funding to assist training employees create jobs 266 Co-‐Served 355 Grants Awarded 1,407663.50-‐General $758,639.91-‐Express $436,000 HITG ??? ??? ??? ??? EOLWD-‐DIA Dept. of Industrial Accidents To oversee Workers Compensa2on System in MA. 25 25,000-‐per company n/a n/a 4,000-‐ employees served EOHED-‐ MA Oﬃce of Business Development Strengthen the MA economy by providing highly responsive pro-‐ business climate that s2mulates business expansion & job growth. 34 Projects 23-‐Grants $17,763,089 awarded 2814 10497 $746,150,901 EOLWD-‐DCS Worksharing Program To preserve the jobs of the Commonwealth’s Workers when it is necessary for their employer to cut payroll costs. 47 Companies 2000 2000 MassachuseZs -‐ Integrated Dashboard
11 11 Na2onal Associa2on of Workforce Boards (NAWB) Tim Aldinger Chief Learning Oﬃcer Josh Copus Vice President & Chief Opera2ng Oﬃcer
12 12 What we will cover in the next hour • Quick review of suppor2ng research • The alarmingly simple concept of Just Add One • Local Examples: – Jeﬀerson County – Stanislaus County • Discussion/Q&A • GeLng involved in the na2onal campaign
13 13 The Big Idea of “Just Add One” Alarmingly simple question: what would happen to ourlocal economies if every business in our region just addedone worker?Video: http://www.justaddone.net/jao_video.asp
14 14 Background Research: The Jobs Gap Insert Slides from NAWB
15 15 Leadership Capabili2es of Workforce Boards
16 16 Weadership 1. Adopt a Wide-Angle Point of View2. Build Diverse Networks3. Embrace Openness4. Encourage Experimentation5. Add Unique Value6. Cultivate Next Generation Leaders
17 17 Local Examples: Jeﬀerson County, CO: “Add One” 1. Brief History2. Process1. Understand: Recognizing potential of one hire2. Engage: “Proof of Concept” and website3. Deliver: Retooling Biz Services4. Measure: Job Pledges3. Outcomes1. 939 Jobs Pledged2. Deep partnerships formed across multipleorganizations
18 18 Local Examples: Stanislaus County, CA: “Stan Together” 1. Brief History2. Process1. Understand: “Multiplier Effect Framing”2. Engage: Significant media and targeted outreachefforts3. Deliver:4. Measures: The position:• did not exist, or had not been filled in the past 12 months;• was permanent employment; and• averaged at least 30 hours per week.3. Outcomes1. 1,306 people in new positions in an area that hadbeen dealing with up to 16.4% unemployment!
19 19 Joining the Na2onal Eﬀort Visit: www.justaddone.net!