Presentation on theme: "Employment Ontario Program Updates EO Leadership Summit – May 13, 2013 Barb Simmons, MTCU."— Presentation transcript:
Employment Ontario Program Updates EO Leadership Summit – May 13, 2013 Barb Simmons, MTCU
2 Overview 2012-13 ES Performance Data Program Updates Employment Service Literacy and Basic Skills Apprenticeship Summer Jobs Service Second Career Service Delivery Network Development Fund
3 ES Performance Data: Highlights Positive trends Improved data integrity
4 This chart highlights the monthly year to date (YTD) provincial achievement against the provincial Assisted Service Intake target. This chart highlights the gradual increase against this measure. Since the start of the 2012/13 fiscal year the provincial achievement against this measure has increased by 11%.
5 % of ES Network by Assisted Intake Achievement by Q This chart highlights the trend of the ES network towards higher levels of assisted service intake achievement over time.
6 Service Impacts = Employed/Career Path + Training/Education outcomes. The median is 79%. The range is 51-96% Although Service Impacts is not a performance measure it is presented here for analysis purposes.
7 Comparison over Fiscal Years The provincial customer service result for both 2011/12 and 2012/13 was 97%. The provincial overall response rate has exceeded the 15% requirement for both fiscal years. The chart also highlights the response rates for the three distinct client groups for both fiscal years. 99% of sites have met or exceeded the 85% standard for 2011/12 and 2012-13.
8 Comparison over Fiscal Years This standard has been exceeded provincially. The highest indicator for this measure was “Referred In” 84% of sites have met or exceeded the 30% standard, which is a decrease from 93% at 2011/12 year end (a more stringent calculation for this measure was adopted in 2012/13)
9 Comparison over Fiscal Years The Employed/Career Path measure has not been met provincially. The highest indicator for this measure was “Employed – Full-time”. 35% of sites have met or have exceeded the 69% standard, which is an increase from 23% at 2011/12 year end.
10 Comparison over Fiscal Years This standard has been exceeded provincially since the start of the program. 95% of sites have met or exceeded the 90% standard, which is an increase from 89% at 2011/12 year end. The RI Intake target increased in 2012/13 from 2011/12 targeted levels. Therefore, the 2012/13 RI Intake count represents an increase of ~20,000 from 2011/12 levels.
11 Comparison over Fiscal Years This standard has been exceeded provincially for both fiscal years. Changes to the service coordination calculation impacted the SQS value for 2012/13. The impact was less than expected with little change to the number of sites achieving the Service Quality Standard compared to 2011/12. 91% of sites have met or have exceeded the 5.14 standard, which is a slight (1%) increase from 2011/12 year end.
12 The median for the SQS is 5.60 The range is 4.33-6.97 The standard value is 5.14 Changes to the service coordination calculation impacted the SQS value for 2012/13. The SQS is a formula used to calculate the overall service quality achievement based on Ministry set standards, measures and weightings against the three dimensions of service quality success i.e. customer service, effectiveness and efficiency.
13 Priorities for the year ahead Training LBS data Accountability
15 2012-13 Achievements – ES Continued progress in data integrity and overall performance in the network “Best Practices - Understanding Results” sessions Service Providers reviewing their own data Focus on identifying challenges by the ES External Reference Group (i.e., Ontario Works, Effective use of Incentives Flow Through Funds and Job) Excellent feedback on potential enhancements to client tracking and results measurement
16 Current Priorities – ES Increase MTCU staff understanding of performance management systems and data Focus on improving results for Social Assistance recipients within ES Program alignment Use ES data to inform key government initiatives
18 2012-2013 Achievements – LBS Over 35,000 LBS learners registered as of the end of 2012-13 Approximately 33,000 LBS service plans In addition, approximately 4,500 e-Channel learners. 20 Performance Management System training sessions were delivered
19 Current Priorities – LBS 2013-14: Reports training for Performance Management System 2014-15: Phase 2 implementation of Performance Management System Employment Ontario Partners’ Gateway website Improved access to information and resource documents
21 2012-13 Achievements – Apprenticeship Successful launch of Ontario College of Trades Redesign of our business processes Communications with clients affected by OCOT implementation
22 Current Priorities – Apprenticeship Improve completion rates Modernization Ongoing support for the College of Trades
23 Apprenticeship Training Tax Credit Budget 2012 committed to a review of the ATTC in a few cases, the tax credit was not having a significant impact on apprenticeship completion Budget 2013 announced that three IT – Contact Centre trades will not be eligible for the tax credit. will better target support and help improve completion rates among eligible trades This measure will save $45 million in 2014–15 130 trades remain eligible for the ATTC
25 Current Priorities – SJS Youth employment remains a key government priority The 2013 program is currently underway The overall 2013-14 budget remains the same relative to 2012-13.
26 2012-13 Achievements – SJS Service providers are required to provide customer service that assures quality, effectiveness, efficiency and customer satisfaction. In 2012-13, customer satisfaction rates exceeded program targets. In the summer of 2012, the Summer Jobs Service provided: summer jobs to more than 39,000 participants; and services to more than 59,000 participants
28 Second Career Outcomes Over 93% of clients said that skills training helped them with their future employment Since 2008 more than 66,000 Ontarians have participated in training The government has reaffirmed its commitment by making Second Career a permanent program
29 Second Career Outcomes Percentage of clients who found employment upon completion of skills of training: 41% at exit 64% at 3 months 72% at 6 months 79% at 12 months Percentage in employment relevant to their skills training: 41% at exit 49% at 3 months 49% at 6 months 46% at 12 months
31 Service Delivery Network Development Fund Designed to support the capacity of EO service providers Eligible projects must address: LBS annual business priorities; or ES network annual business priorities Proposals evaluated by a provincial review team successful proponents were contacted at the end of April 2013 33 SDNDF projects funded for a total of $3.7M in 2013-14