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    Reemployment Services and Eligibility Assessments (RESEA) Evidence Building and Implementation Study

    The goal of this project is to work with DOL to develop strategies to support the evidence requirements in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 that relate to the Reemployment Services and Eligibility Assessments (RESEA).

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    Behavioral Interventions to Improve Work Search Among Unemployment Insurance Claimants: Results from North Carolina and Washington

    As part of CEO’s broader Behavioral Interventions in Labor Programs Evaluation portfolio project with Mathematica, these impact evaluations aimed to assess the effectiveness of behaviorally-informed communications – such as a pop-up alert and emails – in increasing UI claimants’ compliance with work search requirements.

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    Evaluation of the TechHire and Strengthening Working Families Initiative (SWFI) Grant Programs

    The Implementation Lessons for Practitioners issue brief reports on experiences of the five TechHire and SWFI programs participating in the RCT, examining data collected through program observation, interviews with staff, and review of program data. The Affordable Child Care issue brief focuses specifically on 13 SWFI programs and collected information from program staff through an online survey and a set of in-depth phone interviews.

 

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The Clearinghouse for Labor Evaluation and Research (CLEAR) is DOL's central resource for research on labor programs and strategies. Find easy-to-read summaries of results from more than 1000 studies in CLEAR.

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The Chief Evaluation Office (CEO) works with agencies across the Department of Labor (DOL) to conduct research on a variety of labor-related topic areas. Find studies based on program type, population, or priority area.

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DOL’s evaluation policy presents key principles that govern how we plan, conduct, and use program evaluations. The policy represents CEO’s commitment to conducting rigorous, relevant evaluations and to using evidence from evaluations to inform policy and practice.