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O*NET-SOC Auto-Coder. U.S. Department of Labor Employment And Training Administration. O*NET-SOC Auto-Coder. What is the O*NET-SOC Auto-Coder? A web service Accurate O*NET-SOC coding Codes individuals or job openings Integrated interactive/batch application. Working with Related Systems.

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o net soc auto coder

O*NET-SOC Auto-Coder

U.S. Department of Labor

Employment And Training Administration

o net soc auto coder1
O*NET-SOC Auto-Coder
  • What is the O*NET-SOC Auto-Coder?
    • A web service
    • Accurate O*NET-SOC coding
    • Codes individuals or job openings
    • Integrated interactive/batch application
connecting to auto coder
Connecting to Auto-Coder
  • UI Claims
  • WIA/One-Stop Career Center
  • Labor Market Information
  • Reemployment Services
auto coder accuracy

400

350

300

Auto

Coder

250

303

200

NJ

Coding

150

198

100

50

0

Auto-Coder Accuracy
  • Auto-Coder vs. staff
  • 400 Claimant coded:
    • Auto-Coder = 303
    • New Jersey = 198
  • Results
    • Auto-Coder 75% accuracy
    • Better in interactive mode
    • Staff 50% accuracy
usdol provides auto coder
USDOL Provides Auto-Coder
  • Free License
  • Documentation
  • Software
    • Executable only
    • Non-modifiable source code
region 5 fy 2005 sbrs
StateFunding

Missouri $235,762  

Wisconsin $181,287  

Ohio $235,762  

Indiana $233,107  

Nebraska $136,164

Iowa $236,762

Michigan $191,006

Region 5 FY 2005 SBRs
prior to auto coder
Prior to Auto-Coder

O*NET–SOC

Table

O*NET-SOC

Table

Career Center

UI Application

the original vision
The Original Vision
  • Bridge “language barrier”
  • Train Claims Service Representatives
  • Streamlined process
  • Job Match
the reality
The Reality
  • Issues creating “real-time” Job Match
  • Only as “strong” as the Job Order
  • Staff lack knowledge of O*NET coding
  • Not all UI clients registered
  • Career Centers limitations
finding the glue
Finding the Glue

Career Center

UI Application

Nebraska Workforce Access System

(NWAS)

integrating auto coder

Auto-Coder

Software

Career Center

UI Application

Nebraska Workforce Access

System

(NWAS)

Integrating Auto-Coder
the auto coder process
The Auto-Coder Process
  • UI claimants assigned an O*NET code
  • Information backfills daily
career center staff
Career Center staff
  • O*NET code
  • O*NET title
  • County Location
  • Zip Code Assignment
  • Initial claim/file date
  • Veteran Status
making the connection
Making The Connection
  • Career Center staff contact claimant
  • Contact by phone, email or letter
  • Files are available until
    • Labor Exchange System Registration
    • Obtained Employment
    • 12 months and one day
the obvious benefits
The Obvious Benefits
  • Expedites
    • Employment
    • Reemployment
  • Reduction
    • Weeks Claimed
    • Weeks Paid
  • Savings to Trust Fund
not so obvious benefits
Not So Obvious Benefits
  • Identified and Expanded Labor Pool
  • Aggressive intercept of UI application
  • “Real-time” gap analysis
    • Statewide
    • Regionally
    • By Career Center
new and improved data
New and Improved Data
  • Local Economic Development
  • Local Chambers
  • Local Workforce Investment Boards
  • Local Employers
  • Local Job Seekers
  • Local Educators
the future vision
The Future Vision
  • Integrated systems
  • Integrated staff
  • Smarter and effective “product”
  • Labor Market Projections and Trends
  • Identify tomorrow’s Skills Sets
  • Identify today’s Transferrable Skills
connecting ui claimants to reemployment services

Connecting UI Claimants to Reemployment Services

BRIDGING THE GAP

The Rhode Island Experience

reemployment goal
Reemployment Goal
  • Match job seekers to employers
    • Initial UI claims filing
    • Workforce Development
    • Career Centers
    • Connecting to One Stop Centers
  • Match job orders to the correct code
  • A rapid return to work
implementation
Implementation
  • Initial use in September 2005
  • Installed on call center PCs
  • Staff training
    • 15 minute
    • Staff was very receptive
  • Testing completed in December 2005
  • Deployment to Internet application
using auto coder
Using Auto-Coder
  • Phone Claims
  • Internet Claims
  • Employers
  • What Happened
    • Problems with employer job orders
    • Employers lack of experience
    • Selections are too broad and general
lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Auto-Coder is a great tool
  • Only as good as the O*NET codes
    • No Marine Biologist
    • No Pharmacy Manager
  • O*NET needs frequent updates based
  • RI’s job order filters not as effective
  • 70% reduction of claims not coded
  • Improving Auto-Coder’s effectiveness
    • Included in all employer self directed job listings
management and staff comments
Management and Staff Comments
  • Awesome
  • Haven’t had a problem yet
  • Love it
  • Saves time
  • Best thing ever
  • Efficient time saving tool
  • Replaced outdated process
  • Minor problems with individual PCs
recommendations
Recommendations
  • Critical areas
    • Experience
    • Skills
    • Licenses
    • Degrees
    • Certifications
  • Direct link to the O*NET Consortium
making the connection1
Making the Connection
  • State Economic Development System
  • Employers
  • Claimants
  • UI Trust Fund

WIN! WIN! WIN!

rhode island contact information

Raymond Filippone

Assistant Director Income Support

Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training

1511 Pontiac Ave

Cranston, Rhode Island 02920

401-462-8415

rfilippone.dlt.state.ri.us

Rhode Island Contact Information:
auto coder information
Auto-Coder Information
  • Web site: http://autocoder.itsc.org
    • A Demo of the O*NET-SOC Auto-Coder
      • http://support.itsc.org/csr/csr_autocode.pl
    • An evaluation of the Auto-Coder
    • Documentation
    • News and announcements
  • Send questions to: autocoder_inquiries@mail.itsc.org
briefers contact information
Briefers Contact Information
  • Steve Scott

U.S. DOL-ETA, Region 5, Chicago

scott.steven@dol.gov

(312) 596-5439

  • Cecilia Coatney

Nebraska Workforce Development/

Nebraska Dept of Labor

Cecilia.Coatney@nebraska.gov

402-471-1932