WIA and Welfare Overview
Title I and Welfare Program Operator Agreement
The Workforce Investment Board chose the Lancaster Employment and Training Agency (LETA) as the provider of customer services for Title I and Welfare funds in 1998. Since that time, the Workforce Investment Board has solidified the relationship between LETA and the Workforce Investment Board by outlining the roles, responsibilities, and expectations of both parties. The term of the Agreement is from July 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009.
|Title I PY ‘08||Goal|
|Adult Employment Retention||87%|
|Adult 6 mos. earnings||$13,750|
|Dislocated Worker Employment||91%|
|Dislocated Worker Retention||93%|
|Dislocated Worker 6 mos. earnings||$16,750|
Welfare Program Goals
|Career Development||Work Support|
|Job Placement Rate||70%||70%|
|Job Retention Rate||70%||70%|
|Average Wage at Placement||$8.00||$8.00|
|Work Participation Rate||85%|
|Program Retention Rate||85%|
Employment, Advancement and Retention Network (EARN) Retention Agreement
Retention and advancement in employment are becoming increasingly important to welfare customers and funding sources. This contract with Neighborhood Services focuses on the post-placement phase of welfare activities after customers receive services through LETA. The term of the Agreement is July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009.
Performance Measure: at least 70% of the customers enrolled in the project must retain employment for at least six months.