Making Wisconsin Works Work. Secretary Roberta Gassman August 29, 2006. Outline of Presentation. Background & basics on W-2 Importance of improved accountability & connections to economic self sufficiency Challenges Improvements to W-2 & new contracts Statewide Milwaukee
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Secretary Roberta Gassman
August 29, 2006
To assist participants in gaining employment that will enable them to support their families. W-2 accomplishes this through employment focused services, child care, transportation services & other supportive services.
Individuals who are employed or ready for regular employment
Individuals with basic work skills, ready for employment
Employer is paid $300 per month subsidy
Community Service Jobs
Individuals with limited work skills
Up to 30 hours work activities & 10 hours education activities
$673 payment per month
Individuals with serious barriers to regular employment
Up to 28 hours work activities & 12 hours education activities
$628 payment per month
(Wisconsin at 67%)