Dislocated Worker Program Annual Report 2013
In SFY 2013, an average Minnesota DW customer spent 556 days in the program, down from an average of 632 days in SFY 2012. This decrease is likely due to improvements in the job market and lower demand for training.
Dislocated Worker Program Annual Report 2012
Despite decreased federal funding for workforce development in state fiscal year 2012, the Minnesota Dislocated Worker Program continued its history of exceptional program performance.
Dislocated Worker Program Annual Report 2011
Despite an improving labor market, the Minnesota Dislocated Worker Program served an exceptionally high volume of people during state fiscal year 2011.
Employers with 50 employees or more are required by federal law to report large layoffs to the state Dislocated Worker Program.
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Report on service provider activity regarding small and large layoffs: