Employment Retention and Advancement (ERA) demonstration: The impact on workers outcomes, DWP Research Report 759

Sianesi, B. 2011. Employment Retention and Advancement (ERA) demonstration: The impact on workers outcomes, DWP Research Report 759. Sheffield Department for Work and Pensions.

TitleEmployment Retention and Advancement (ERA) demonstration: The impact on workers outcomes, DWP Research Report 759
AuthorsSianesi, B.
TypeProject report
Abstract

The Employment Retention and Advancement (ERA) intervention was explicitly intended and designed to make a difference once participants were in work; evidence on its impact on the retention and advancement of its intended beneficiaries - i.e. workers - is thus of critical interest.

This report analyses the impact that ERA has had on a variety of outcomes experienced by working members of the New Deal for Lone Parents and Working Tax Credit target groups, as well as on the tax year earnings of working members of the New Deal 25 plus target group. Impacts on workers’ outcomes have been assessed both while the programme was in operation and afterwards. Findings relating to the later point in time are of special policy interest, as they are the ones relevant for judging whether ERA’s impacts on workers have been maintained or else have quickly faded once the in-work assistance and financial incentives were withdrawn.

Year2011
PublisherDepartment for Work and Pensions
Place of publicationSheffield
Publication dates
Published2011
ISBN9781847129956
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Web address (URL)http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/

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