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Congratulations! You are the New EO Officer, Now What?. Carolyn Parsons Utah Department of Workforce Services Shirley Bray-Sledge Virginia Employment Commission Cece Slater California Employment Development Department Emma Woodford Oklahoma Employment Security Commission. Carolyn Parsons

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congratulations you are the new eo officer now what

Congratulations! You are the New EO Officer, Now What?

Carolyn Parsons

Utah Department of Workforce Services

Shirley Bray-Sledge

Virginia Employment Commission

Cece Slater

California Employment Development Department

Emma Woodford

Oklahoma Employment Security Commission

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Carolyn Parsons

Equal Opportunity Officer

Utah Department

of Workforce Services

August 2011

overview of dws
Overview of DWS
  • Single state service delivery, one EO Officer
  • 9 Economic Service Areas
  • Programs and services
    • WIA
    • Employment exchange
    • TANF
    • Food stamps
    • Childcare
    • Medicaid
things to do first
Things to Do First
  • Familiarize yourself with your agency’s Methods of Administration (MOA)
  • Know and understand all the programs and services covered under the EO provisions of WIA, 29 CFR Part 37
  • Read 29 CFR Part 37 and have a copy handy for reference
things to do first continued
Things to Do Firstcontinued……..
  • Get to know other similarly situated state EO Officers
  • Review reports/logs of complaints your agency has previously received
shirley m bray sledge state eo officer

Shirley M. Bray-SledgeState EO Officer

Virginia Employment Commission

Commonwealth of Virginia

overview vec
Overview VEC

VEC State Agency , one EO Officer

3 Regions (Northern, Southwestern & Southeastern)

Programs and services

Unemployment Insurance/ Wagner-Peyser

Veteran Services/ Employer Services

Trade Act Assistance/ Foreign Labor Certification

Rural Services Program

Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers

resources
Resources
  • www.dol.gov/oasam/programs/crc/external-compliance-assistance.htm
  • WIA 188 Disability Checklist
  • NASWA EO Monitoring Tool
  • MOA Analysis checklist
  • CRC Webinars
  • New WIA EO Officers Toolkit
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Cece Slater, Chief

Equal Employment Opportunity Office

Employment Development Department

State of California

available resources

Available Resources:

Your manager/staff

LWIA Directors and EO Officers

Civil Rights Center

Other State EO Officers

Other Local EO Officers

Your State EO Officer

Former EO Officer

Workforce Services Program

oklahoma employment security commission

Emma J. WoodfordCivil Rights AdministratorADA CoordinatorAffirmative Action OfficerState WIA Equal Opportunity OfficerOctober 2008 – Present

Oklahoma Employment Security Commission

Oklahoma’s prosperity is enhanced by OESC's efforts to provide economic stability and employment security

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Get to know your “Sphere of Influence” BUT

DO NOT be discouraged if they DO NOT want to know you!

DO NOTbecome intimidated!

do not try to remember everything do not sit on information too long
DO NOT try to remember everything.

DO NOT sit on information too long.

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DO NOT spend too much time focusing on what you DO NOT have; what you CANNOT do; and/or who WILL NOT help you.

DO NOT avoid regular communication with your boss or to ask for his/her help. DO NOT pay attention to the “Are You Kidding Me” look on his/her face the more you talk or the developing scowl the longer you remain in their presence.

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DO NOT cease to be persistent in finding ways to learn that which you DO NOT know about your profession, and turn that which you DO know into a “Best Practice”!

Challenge Yourself Daily;

Believe In Yourself Often; and

NO MATTER WHAT…

summary and conclusion
Summary and Conclusion

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