Workforce Benchmarking Network Invites Service Providers to Participate in National Survey

October 4, 2019

Join the 2019 Workforce Benchmarking Network National Survey

 

 

Corporation for a Skilled Workforce (CSW) is excited to announce the launch of the 2019 Workforce Benchmarking Network's National Survey - and invites providers of workforce services to participate! 


Since 2008, the Benchmarking survey has yielded the largest national dataset of aggregate information from community-based service providers--including participant demographics, services provided, job placement and retention rates and other results from more than 500 programs and nearly 400 organizations.

 

Why Participate?

  • Workforce Benchmarking Network (WBN) data reports provide benchmarks of "good performance" for the workforce field

  • Password-protected reports offer confidential comparisons of organizational-level outcomes to those of programs with similar characteristics-informing strategic continuous improvements to program operations and services

  • Survey data analysis can inform the broader set of stakeholders in the field about effective practices that support better results for individuals 

 

Want to learn more? Join a Webinar!

Join us on October 9 from 1:00-2:00pm EST Register Here or October 24 from 2:00-3:00pm EST Register Here for an informational webinar. You'll learn more about what's included in the survey and reports, the benefits of participation, and how to get started!

 

Already ready to participate in the survey? Complete this brief questionnaire. CSW will follow up with login credentials and other helpful information.

 

For More Information about the WBN Survey, including eligibility criteria and an informational webinar recording please visit: https://skilledwork.org/what-we-do/workforce-benchmarking-network/wbn-national-survey/.

 

Contact members of the WBN team: Kysha Frazier, Marty Miles or Megan Elyse Williams at benchmarking@skilledwork.org with any questions and for additional information.

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