2012-2017 Evaluation of the Canada- Newfoundland and Labrador Labour Market Development Agreement Summary
Labour Market Development Agreement
- $122.2M is invested annually to help unemployed EI eligible individuals in Newfoundland and Labrador find and maintain employment.
- Newfoundland and Labrador designs and delivers programs and services similar to Employment Benefits and Support Measures.
- Examined programs and services include Skills Development (including Apprentice Supports), JobsNL, Self-Employment Assistance, Job Creation Partnerships and Employment Assistance Services.
|Newfoundland and Labrador Programs and Services in 2015 to 2016|
|Number of interventions||Total expenditure|
|Skills Development - Apprentice Supports||2,394|
|Job Creation Partnerships||1,202||$8,069,000|
|Employment Assistance Services||17,165||$5,263,000|
- Improved the labour market attachment of active claimants participants (compared to non-participants)
- Reduced dependence on Employment Insurance and/or Social Assistance
- Providing Employment Assistance Services early during unemployment claim produced larger impacts
- Social benefits of participation exceeded costs of investments for most interventions
Evaluation reports are available on Employment and Social Development Canada’s website.
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