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Incentive and Sanction Policy Workforce New York One Stop System Performance A Review of the Past Year and a Look Ahead to the New Program Year. NYATEP Albany, New York June 10, 2008. Agenda. Key Objectives of the Incentive/Sanction Policy How is Program Year (PY) 2007 Shaping-up

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Incentive and Sanction PolicyWorkforce New York One Stop System PerformanceA Review of the Past Year and a Look Ahead to the New Program Year.NYATEPAlbany, New YorkJune 10, 2008

agenda
Agenda
  • Key Objectives of the Incentive/Sanction Policy
  • How is Program Year (PY) 2007 Shaping-up
    • System Improvement Indicators
    • Common Measures
  • How is PY 2008 Shaping-up
    • System Improvement Indicators
    • Common Measures
  • Questions and Answers

Incentive/Sanction Overview

key objectives
Key Objectives
  • Identify aspects of One Stop service delivery deemed important for the Program Year (PY), including:
    • System Improvement.
    • Common Measures.
  • Establish Performance indicators.
  • State Goal for each indicator.
  • Local Workforce Investment (LWIA) Goals for each indicator.

(based on the concept of Contribution to the State Goal)

  • “Standards” – To gauge:
    • Incentive performance.
    • Unsatisfactory performance.

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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Key Objectives
  • Comply with administrative responsibilities for the WIA Title 1B, W-P, VETS and TAA programs. Tie Incentive Grant eligibility to spending.
  • Allow an incentive award on an individual indicator.
  • Make sure we do not fail any Common Measures.
  • Establishes two Sanction Levels for Common Measures.
    • Sanction Level 1 – Performance Improvement Plan.
    • Sanction Level 2 – Includes a 3% fiscal sanction.
  • Allow LWIAs opportunity to negotiate their LWIA Goals.

Incentive/Sanction Overview

how is py 2007 shaping up
How is PY 2007 Shaping-up

System Improvement Indicators

  • Reemployment Services Implementation
  • Increase Out-of-School Youth Participation
  • Increase Training and Skills Development Services
  • Improve Entered Employment Rate (EER) and Employment Retention Rate (ERR) performance

Common Measures

  • Adult – EER, ERR and Average Earnings (AE)
  • Dislocated Worker – EER, ERR and AE
  • Youth (Placement in Employment or Education, Attainment of Degree or Certificate, Literacy & Numeracy Gain)

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2007 Shaping-up

System Improvement Indicators

  • Reemployment Services Implementation
    • Only one region is likely to meet the 95% incentive goal for all three indicators.
    • Technical Assistance will be offered, especially for the Triage (Initial Assessment) indicator.
  • Increase Out-of-School Youth Participation
    • 11 LWIAs have already met the incentive goal for this Improvement Indicator.
    • 8 LWIAs are on pace to meet the goal.

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2007 Shaping-up

System Improvement Indicators

  • Increase Training and Skills Development Services
    • 20 LWIAs have already met the incentive goal for this Improvement Indicator.
    • 5 LWIAs are on pace to meet the goal.
  • Improve EER and ERR performance – By Reducing the # of participants who exit while still certifying for unemployment insurance (UI) benefits.
    • 13 LWIAs are currently at or below the incentive goal.

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2007 Shaping-up

Common Measures

  • Adult
    • Entered Employment Rate (EER)

18 LWIAs are in incentive status.

    • Employment Retention Rate (ERR)

All LWIAs are currently passing this measure.

    • Average Earnings (AE)

All LWIAs are currently passing this measure.

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2007 Shaping-up

Common Measures

  • Dislocated Worker
    • Entered Employment Rate (EER)

There are no LWIAs currently in incentive status.

    • Employment Retention Rate (ERR)

All LWIAs are currently passing this measure.

    • Average Earnings (AE)

26 LWIAs are currently passing this measure

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2007 Shaping-up

Common Measures

  • Youth
    • Placement in Employment or Education

All LWIAs are currently passing this measure

    • Attainment of Degree or Certificate

All LWIAs are currently passing this measure

    • Literacy & Numeracy Gain

25 LWIAs are currently passing this measure

Incentive/Sanction Overview

how is py 2008 shaping up
How is PY 2008 Shaping-up

System Improvement Indicators

  • Promote Regional System Improvement.
  • Promote Out-of-School Youth Participation.
  • Promote Training and Skills Development Services.
  • Promote EER and ERR Performance Improvement.

Common Measures

  • Promote Adult & DW EER.
  • Do not fail Adult, DW and Youth measures.

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2008 Shaping-up

Regional System Improvements

  • Reemployment Services Initial Assessment
    • Timely Initial Assessment.
    • Timely scheduling and rescheduling of first service.
  • Common ITA policies across all LWIAs in a region.
    • One-time incentive award for regional alignment of LWIA ITA policies (requirements and procedures).

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2008 Shaping-up

Increase Out-of-School Youth Participation

  • The goal will be based on new participants.

Carry-ins will not be included in the goal.

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2008 Shaping-up
  • Increase Training and Skills Development Services

A separate goal for skills development and for training services:

      • Training – maintain at PY07 levels
      • Skills Development – increase by 35% over PY07 levels
  • Promote Training in Priority Sectors

25% or more of training services (unduplicated) are in a priority sector:

      • For 13N Awardees – In sectors identified in the grant.
      • For non-13N Regions – In State’s three priority sectors: Advanced Manufacturing; Healthcare; and Green Renewable Resources.

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2008 Shaping-up

Improve EER and ERR performance, by Reducing the # of Participants who Exit While Still Certifying for Unemployment Insurance Benefits

  • The new incentive goal will be 10%

Incentive/Sanction Overview

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How is PY 2008 Shaping-up

Common Measures – State Goals PY 2008

  • Adult
    • EER = 61% (Incentive Award)
    • ERR = 82%
    • AE = $12,625
  • Dislocated Worker
    • EER = 61% (Incentive Award)
    • ERR = 82%
    • AE = $15,980
  • Youth
    • Placement in Employment or Education = 52%
    • Attainment of Degree or Certificate = 40%
    • Literacy & Numeracy Gain = 35%

Incentive/Sanction Overview

questions and answers
QuestionsandAnswers

Incentive/Sanction Overview

thank you and have a great conference
Thank Youand have a great Conference!

Incentive/Sanction Overview