Local Government

Publisher: 
Local Government
Topics: 
Supported employment
Year of Publication: 
2016
Type: 
Research

This analysis was commissioned by Gloucestershire County Council (GCC) to identify the financial costs and benefits associated with GCC’s Employment Service (GES). The service sits within GCCs Employment and Enablement Team and currently provides beneficiaries, who mainly have learning disabilities, with support to enable them to access paid work.

Publisher: 
Local Government
Topics: 
Funding, Commissioning, Local Government, Supported employment
Year of Publication: 
2016
Type: 
Research

Gloucestershire CC has published an independent cost:Benefit analysis of its employment service. The report was authored by Mark Kilsby, Julie Allan and Steve Beyer and looked at activity between 1 April 2013 and 30 November 2014. During this period they found that: • 91 beneficiaries with learning disabilities were supported in paid work over the period; • 75 paid jobs were obtained over the period at a rate of 3.75 jobs per month; • 11 people left their jobs over the period; • 81 people with learning disabilities were in work at November 30th 2014.

Publisher: 
Local Government
Topics: 
Welfare reform, Access To Work, Local Government, Policy, Work Choice, Work Programme
Year of Publication: 
2015
Type: 
Report

The Local Government Association has published Realising Talent: a new framework for devolved employment and skills. It is the final report in a collaborative series with the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion. It recommends options for the devolution of employment and skills, which LGA believes can be practicably implemented by a new or returning Government.

Publisher: 
Local Government
Topics: 
Local Government, Supported employment
Year of Publication: 
2011
Type: 
Report, Research

Kent County Council's final report from an independent study of the cost:benefit effectiveness of its supported employment service.

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