Policy

Employment for All Fund

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    To advance Californians’ economic stability and mobility, the Employment for All Fund will make financial and technical assistance investments in the growth and outcomes of mission-oriented businesses, referred to as employment social enterprises (defined in the Welfare and Institutions Code Section 18926.7), which provide employment, on-the-job training, and specialized supports to people who face high barriers to work. To provide the outcomes data that will enable these businesses to maximize their results and enable government and private funders to make decisions based on evidence, the Employment for All Fund will also invest in the development and implementation of data systems. Outcomes will be determined by the Fund’s governing agency, including increases in employment and incomes; growth in living wage jobs and asset building; program costs compared to the results achieved; and increased workforce participation by those who have experienced incarceration, homelessness, and/or other significant barriers to employment.

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