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1 1 O*NET-SOC Auto-Coder U.S. Department of Labor Employment And Training Administration

2 2 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

3 3 Working with Related Systems

4 4 Connecting to Auto-Coder  UI Claims  WIA/One-Stop Career Center  Labor Market Information  Reemployment Services

5 5 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 Auto Coder 303 NJ Coding

6 6 USDOL Provides Auto-Coder  Free License  Documentation  Software Executable only Non-modifiable source code

7 7 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

8 8 Expanded Use of Auto-Coder

9 9 Career CenterUI Application O*NET-SOC Table O*NET–SOC Table Prior to Auto-Coder

10 10 The Original Vision  Bridge “language barrier”  Train Claims Service Representatives  Streamlined process  Job Match

11 11 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

12 12 Finding the Glue Career CenterUI Application Nebraska Workforce Access System (NWAS)

13 13 Career CenterUI Application Auto-Coder Software Nebraska Workforce Access System (NWAS) Integrating Auto-Coder

14 14 The Auto-Coder Process  UI claimants assigned an O*NET code  Information backfills daily

15 15 Demonstration

16 16 Career Center staff  O*NET code  O*NET title  County Location  Zip Code Assignment  Initial claim/file date  Veteran Status

17 17

18 18 Making The Connection  Career Center staff contact claimant  Contact by phone, or letter  Files are available until Labor Exchange System Registration Obtained Employment 12 months and one day

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20 20 The Obvious Benefits  Expedites Employment Reemployment  Reduction Weeks Claimed Weeks Paid  Savings to Trust Fund

21 21 Not So Obvious Benefits  Identified and Expanded Labor Pool  Aggressive intercept of UI application  “Real-time” gap analysis Statewide Regionally By Career Center

22 22 New and Improved Data  Local Economic Development  Local Chambers  Local Workforce Investment Boards  Local Employers  Local Job Seekers  Local Educators

23 23 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

24 24 Connecting UI Claimants to Reemployment Services BRIDGING THE GAP The Rhode Island Experience

25 25 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

26 26 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

27 27 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

28 28 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

29 29 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

30 30 Recommendations  Critical areas Experience Skills Licenses Degrees Certifications  Direct link to the O*NET Consortium

31 31 Making the Connection  State Economic Development System  Employers  Claimants  UI Trust Fund WIN! WIN! WIN!

32 32 Rhode Island Contact Information: Raymond Filippone Assistant Director Income Support Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training 1511 Pontiac Ave Cranston, Rhode Island rfilippone.dlt.state.ri.us

33 33 Auto-Coder Information  Web site: A Demo of the O*NET-SOC Auto-Coder  An evaluation of the Auto-Coder Documentation News and announcements  Send questions to:

34 34 Briefers Contact Information  Steve Scott U.S. DOL-ETA, Region 5, Chicago (312)  Cecilia Coatney Nebraska Workforce Development/ Nebraska Dept of Labor


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