The Center for Labor Market Studies will be hosting an informal seminar on Dislocated Worker Problems in the Northeast Region and the Search for Workforce Development Solutions.
Region 1 ETA's One Stop conference, "One-Stop Strategies in a New Economy — Putting the Front Line First," will take place June 1 - 3, 2010 in downtown Providence, Rhode Island, targeting One-Stop front line staff and managers
The training is targeted to the SMAs and other state staff who provide MSFW services. It will highlight the most important and critical duties and responsibilities of the SMA, and will also serve as refresher training for experienced SMA’s to receive current and updated information related to the Migrant and Seasonal Farm Worker (MSFW) program from the National Monitor Advocate. Finally, it will be an opportunity for states to share best practices. Other State Workforce Agency (SWA) staff members who wish to learn more about the SMA duties and responsibilities are welcome to attend. A draft agenda is attached.
Change 1 to WSL 10-09 One-Stop Strategies in a New Economy-Putting the Front Line First
Conference Registration Form
Migrant Housing Safety and Health Checklist from OSHA 29 CFR 1910.142
Copy of NY's ETA-9002A for quarter ending 03/31/2010.
Agricultural employers under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA).
H-2A applications between January 17, 2009 and March 14, 2010.
Federal youth employment laws in farm jobs.
PowerPoint presentation on agricultural employment.
An overview of Wage and Hour's compliance responsibilities under agricultural employment.
A flow chart that shows the workings of the job service complaint system.
A decription of the outreach program requirements for MSFW to provide basic services where MSFW work, live or gather for recreational purposes.
A decription and overview of the reporting requirements of the ETA-5148.
To announce ETA Region 1's 2010 State Workforce Agencies’ Financial Managers Roundtable to be held the 14th and 15th of September 2010 in Providence, Rhode Island. The purpose of the roundtable is to provide Region 1 states and territories with a forum to discuss administrative and financial issues facing grantees so as to promote the exchange of ideas and collaboration between states. DOL Regional and National Office staff s will provide seminar presentations and discussion points in the areas of Federal administrative and financial management including DOL ETA updates. The target audience for the roundtable are state financial managers and senior financial staff s.
Over the past 10 months, the Center for Labor Market Studies of Northeastern University has been engaged in a comprehensive array of research and information gathering activities on the operations and outcomes of the three WIA One Stop Career Centers located in the Metro South/West WIA service delivery area. These three centers were located in Marlborough, Newton, and Norwood
Trends in Durations of Unemployment, Permanent Displacement, Long-Term Unemployment, and the Re-Employment Experiences of Unemployed Persons in the Northeast Region and the U.S., 2000-2009
The Dislocation Experiences of New England Workers and their Re-Employment Prospects and Weekly Earnings Changes Upon Re-Employment
Dislocated Worker Developments, Labor Market Problems, Policies, and Programs in New England
The Effects of Moving into Unemployment or Escaping from Unemployment on the Mental Health of Workers
These are the minutes from the quarterly interagency federal partners meeting for Region 1.