Service providers and program managers want to see their participants thrive on their employment pathway and record positive impact metrics on the effectiveness of their program. Social Enterprises can approach this phase in two primary ways: tracking and continued services.
Topic: Employee Success Program
Employee Success Program Resources
This deep dive summarizes some key research and strategies on employee retention originally shared by Richard Hendra from MDRC.
In this deep dive, we cover one of the key components of an employee success program, retention policies.
This resource, will cover some common root causes and how to identify them within your social enterprise.
The evaluation, , is structured to address the general research question, How do social enterprises serve individuals with multiple barriers to employment?
Overall, job training supplements work experience to equip participant workers with the skills needed for long-term success in mainstream employment and life.
This resource details best practices for creating a supplemental document to your employee handbook that highlights the most relevant information for participant workers.
REDF encourages ESEs to pay participants for their time spent during the job (OTJ) training. Here are things to take into consideration.
A report documenting how 15 ESEs best support participant workers after they have graduated from the ESE program.
The Supervisor Onboarding & Training presentation is an example of a cohesive package of training material for onboarding new supervisors at an employment social enterprise.