2005 California Unemployment Insurance Code Sections 12130-12131 CHAPTER 4. PROGRAM EVALUATIONUNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CODE
12130. The department shall competitively contract with organizations competent in the field of program evaluation for the evaluation of the program established by this division. Pursuant to procedures and guidelines adopted by the department, such contractors shall monitor the progress and performance of each program to determine the effectiveness of such programs pursuant to the criteria established by Section 12131. 12131. Each program for which a grant has been awarded shall be evaluated periodically to determine: (a) The cost to government of creating jobs in the manner prescribed by this division. Such evaluation shall determine and distinguish between costs incurred in averting an increase in the participating employers' unit labor costs, the cost of providing technical assistance, and other costs of administering the program. (b) The comparison of such costs with the costs of creating jobs through other government assisted programs, such as the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (29 U.S.C.A. 801 et. seq.) and Work Incentive Programs authorized by Division 2 (commencing with Section 5000) of this code. (c) The comparison of such costs with the costs of providing public assistance and similar services to households in which the employable wage earner is unemployed, including, but not limited to, a comparison of tax collections from employed individuals versus direct and indirect expenditures from tax revenues on behalf of such persons. (d) The benefits to employers such as productivity improvements attributable to the program resulting from, among other things, improved morale, reduced personnel turnover, and a larger trained reserve work force. (e) The benefits to participating employees which shall include a survey of the employees' expectations and experience. (f) Broad social and economic benefits, if any, that may reasonably be projected from a potential expansion of the concept to a larger segment of the labor market. (g) To the extent possible, what kinds of employers and employees are most likely to participate, and why, including an evaluation of the effectiveness of incentives to participation as outlined in subdivision (e) of Section 12111.
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