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Measuring the Impact of Labour Market Information Michel Turcotte Tannis Goddard Bryan Hiebert, PhD Sareena Hopkins. October20, 2011 Cape Town. Background. Interest from Policy Makers to focus on improving national LMI system and exploring new methodologies to collect evidence

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Measuring the impact of labour market information michel turcotte tannis goddard bryan hiebert phd sareena hopkins

Measuring the Impact of Labour Market Information Michel TurcotteTannis GoddardBryan Hiebert, PhDSareena Hopkins

October20, 2011Cape Town


Background

Background

  • Interest from Policy Makers to focus on improving national LMI system and exploring new methodologies to collect evidence

  • A workshop on measuring impacts of LMI – 2007

    • Focus on problem-solving / decision-making

      • Understand how information is received, processed and converted into relevant knowledge and decisions

      • Track selected outcomes

    • Use a multidisciplinary team and approach

    • Isolate impacts of LMI by using small-scale experiments


Measuring the impact of labour market information michel turcotte tannis goddard bryan hiebert phd sareena hopkins

Experiments: A conceptual road map

Variety of Users

LMI Dimension

Outcomes

Content / Format

Multiple groups

User friendly LMI products

Satisfaction with LMI

Workers aged 30 to 60

under-employed PSE grads,displaced auto workers,career decision-makers and job seekers

Self-efficacy,

confidence

Employment

Delivery

LMI & Job search skills

High School students at risk of dropping out

Training, education


Policy questions addressed

Policy Questions Addressed?

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of new technologies for assisting Canadians in finding a better match between their skills and employment.

  • How far a minimal and low cost intervention to provide LMI to Canadians can be addressed?

  • How can we improve the quality of the LMI provided? Are we addressing the needs of the users?

  • How can investment in experiments help understand program performance and outcomes?”


Projects presented today

Projects Presented Today

Social Research and Demonstration Corporation and Training Solutions:

The study aims to test the efficiency of an innovative Web based career guidance tool designed to help underemployed post-secondary education (PSE) graduates make better use of their skills in the labour market.

Canadian Career Development Foundation and Canadian Research Working Group on Evidence Based Practice in Career Development:

If client needs are assessed and clients are given LMI consistent with their needs,

To what extent does assistance by a service provider enhance their effective use of LMI?

To what extent is independent self-help a sufficient process for clients to use LMI effectively?


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