WAGNER- PEYSER 101 Everything you always wanted to know about W-P

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  • WAGNER- PEYSER 101 Everything you always wanted to know about W-P
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  • HISTORY o Wagner-Peyser Act of 1933 created the nationwide public employment service o Social Security Act of 1935 created Unemployment Compensation and UI tax o Early years, ES was a labor exchange and a clearinghouse for public service jobs
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  • HISTORY o WWII-ES mobilized the nations defense industry o 1960s-emphasized training and the upgrading of applicants skills-Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962
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  • HISTORY o 1980s-promoted the labor exchange concept, emphasizing general placement activity and employer services
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  • HISTORY o 1990s, the Wagner-Peyser funded public labor exchange became a core component of the new Workforce Development System o JIS
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  • HISTORY o 2000 WP became the universal access component of the One-Stop Career System o 2004 OSMIS WP o 2005 EFM o 2007 EFM roll-out
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  • FUNDING o FUTA Tax o Wagner-Peyser 7(a) and 7 (b) o 7(a) PY 2008 grant = $32,835,957 o 7(b) PY 2008 = $3,648,440
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  • BASIC PURPOSE o The basic purpose of the employment service system is to improve the functioning of the nations labor markets by bringing together individuals who are seeking employment and employers who are seeking workers. (20 CFR.652.2)
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  • Federal Regulations requires that Employment Security Offices (One-Stop Career Centers) have the capacity: o To assist job seekers in finding employment; o To assist employers in filling jobs; o To facilitate the match between job seekers and employers; o To participate in a system for clearing between the states; o To meet the work test requirements of the state Unemployment Compensation system. (20 CFR 652.3).
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  • Program Operations-Job Seeker o REGISTRATION/APPLICATION o PARTICIPATION/EXIT o SERVICES TO UC CLAIMANTS o ENTERED EMPLOYMENT o PLACEMENTS
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  • REGISTRATIONS o It is necessary to the extent possible, that all job seekers that are authorized to work in the United States be registered in the W-P reporting system. o Job seekers may be registered upon contacting the labor exchange through the One-Stop delivery system or as required by State law or policy. o Job seekers receiving staff-assisted-services funded under the Wagner-Peyser Act must be registered in the Wagner-Peyser reporting system. o Job seekers who use self-services or facilitated self-help services also may be registered, but this is not required.
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  • A Wagner-Peyser Participant o Determined eligible to participate in the Wagner-Peyser Program o Receives a service funded by the program in a physical location (e.g., a One-Stop center) or receives a service electronically
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  • Definition of Program Exit o Participant does not receive a service funded by the W-P Program or a partner program for 90 consecutive calendar days (Federal definition) o Actual exit date is the date of the last service provided
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  • Entering Data o Job seeker services are to be entered in EFM at the time they are provided. o EFM does not allow backdating of services beyond 15 days. o Multiple services can be provided to job seekers on a daily basis. o However, only one service of each type may be added during a one-day period.
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  • SERVICES TO UC CLAIMANTS o Priority Reemployment Planning (PREP) n Orientation & Assessment required o Reemployment and Eligibility Assessment Project (REA) n Assessment, Employability Development Plan, Labor Market Info, Job Search, and Referral to Training when appropriate
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  • PREP 16Was an Orientation Service provided? (y, n) WP Basic Training (WP Services in EFM) EFM Activities Screen 16aIf yes to Q16, was the orientation provided onsite by One-Stop staff? (y, n, x) "Case Notes Screen 17Was an assessment provided? (y, n) EFM Activities Screen
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  • PREP 23Does the region provide PREP services? (y, n) 443.171(2)(a) FS FL Admin Rules 60BB- 3.028.Priority Re- Employment Planning (PREP) And Re- Employment Services 23aIf yes to Q23, do the One-Stops which provide services, conduct PREP according to the PREP manual/admin rule? (y, n) UC Resources-Manuals PREP Worklog and EFM Activities screen
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  • REA 1 Was this REA participant coded REA in EFM? (y, n)REA Contract EFM WP application Miscellaneous Information Special Program 2 Was an assessment done for this REA participant? (y, n)REA Contract EFM Activities screen 2a If yes to Q2, is the assessment in hard copy form? (y, n, x)REA Contract One-Stop Center's REA files 3 Did this REA participant receive LMI? (y, n)REA Contract EFM Activities screen 4 Did this REA participant have an Employability Development Plan? (y, n)REA Contract EFM Activities screen 4a If yes to Q5, is the EDP in hard copy?REA Contract One-Stop Center's REA files
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  • ENTERED EMPLOYMENT o A job seeker (not employed) who receives a workforce service and then has no service for 90 consecutive calendar days becomes an exiter as of the date of last service. o If a match is found with UI wage data in the quarter following the exit quarter, credit is given for an Entered Employment. o Federal Long-Term Measure/Balanced Scorecard (Common Measures)
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  • ENTERED EMPLOYMENT o Entered employment credit is attributed to the One-Stop Center entering the workforce service which commences participation for staff-assisted services and to the office of record for the participant if self-service.
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  • Placement Definition Federal definition 20 CFR 651.1020 CFR 651.10 Placement means the hiring by a public or private employer of an individual referred by the One- Stop Centers for a job or for an interview, provided that the employment office completed all of the following steps:
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  • Placement Definition 1. Prepared a job order form (in EFM) prior to referral, except in case of job development.
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  • Placement Definition 2. Made prior arrangements with the employer for the referral of an individual(s).
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  • Placement Definition 3. Referred an individual who had not been specifically designated by the employer, except referrals on agricultural job orders for a specific crew leader or worker.
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  • Placement Definition 4. Verified from a reliable source, preferably the employer, that the individual had started to work.
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  • Placement Definition 5. Appropriately recorded the placement.
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  • Placement Credit o Placement credit is attributed to the region which entered the service that commenced participation on short term measure (MMR).
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  • JOB ORDERS o State policy dictates that all job orders and openings are to be listed in the Wagner-Peyser reporting system and therefore reported to USDOL. AWI FG 03-035-March 4, 2003 Wagner-Peyser ((W-P) Job seeker Registration and Employer Services Procedures.AWI FG 03-035-March 4, 2003 Wagner-Peyser ((W-P) Job seeker Registration and Employer Services Procedures (View Job Orders Presentation)
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  • WAGNER-PEYSER COMPLAINT SYSTEM o Each full-service One-Stop Center takes complaints. (View Wagner-Peyser Complaint System presentation)
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  • MORE INFORMATION o JOAN LOSIEWICZ (850)245-7422 email: Joan.Losiewicz@flaawi.comJoan.Losiewicz@flaawi.com o KEN MCDONALD (850)245-7412 email: Ken.McDonald@flaawi.com Ken.McDonald@flaawi.com