Attachment I: PUBLIC LABOR EXCHANGE PERFORMANCE MEASURES ON SERVICES TO VETERANS

VETS PERFORMANCE MEASURES
u Veteran Job Seeker Entered Employment Rate (VJSEER)
u Veteran Job Seeker Employment Retention Rate at Six Months (VJSERR)
u Veteran Job Seeker Entered Employment Rate Following Receipt of Staff Assisted Services (VERS)

VETERAN JOB SEEKER ENTERED EMPLOYMENT RATE (VJSEER)
u Of Wagner-Peyser Act funded labor exchange applicants who are veterans and who in the first or second quarter following registration earned wages from a new or different employer than that from which they earned wages in the quarter prior to registration, divided by the number of veteran applicants registered or re-registered.
u Veteran applicants earning wages in the first or second quarter following registration solely with the same employer from which wages were earned in the quarter prior to registration are excluded from the measure.

Rate Calculation:

Number Of Veteran Job Seekers Who Entered Employment With A New Employer
Number Of Veteran Job Seekers (Minus) The Number Of Veteran Job Seekers
Who Were Employed Or Re-Employed Solely With The Same Employer

VETERAN JOB SEEKER EMPLOYMENT RETENTION RATE AT SIX MONTHS (VJSERR)
u Of those Wagner-Peyser labor exchange applicants age 19 and older at the time of registration who are veterans, and who in the first or second quarter following registration, earned wages from a new or different employer than that from which the applicant earned wages in the quarter prior to registration.
u Of those having earned wages in the first or second quarter following registration who continue to earn wages in the third or fourth quarter respectively, following registration, divided by the number entering employment in the first or second quarter after registration.
u A veteran earning wages in the first quarter following registration from a new or different employer than in the quarter prior to registration, must also at a minimum, earn wages in the third quarter following registration.
u A veteran earning wages in the second quarter following registration from a new or different employer than in the quarter prior to registration, must also at a minimum, earn wages in the fourth quarter following registration.

Rate Calculation:

Number of Veteran Job Seekers Who Retained Employment Two Quarters After Entering
Employment With A New Employer (Age 19 And Older)

Number of Veteran Job Seekers (Age 19 And Older) Who Entered Employment

VETERAN ENTERED EMPLOYMENT RATE FOLLOWING RECEIPT OF STAFF ASSISTED SERVICES (VERS)

u Of the Wagner-Peyser Act applicants who are veterans or eligible persons and who received some form of staff assisted services from Public Labor Exchange staff during the quarter of registration or the first or second quarter after registration from, and who entered employment, divided by the number who received staff assisted services from Public Labor Exchange staff during the quarter of registration or the first or second quarter after registration.
u Veteran applicants earning wages in the first or second quarter following registration solely with the same employer from which wages were earned in the quarter prior to registration are excluded from the measure.

Rate Calculation:

Number Of Veteran Job Seekers Who Received Staff-Assisted Services And
Entered Employment With A New Employer In The 1st Or 2nd Quarter After Registration

Number Of Veteran Job Seekers Who Received Staff-Assisted Services
(Minus) The Number Of Those Veteran Job Seekers
Receiving Staff-Assisted Services, Who Were Employed Or Re-Employed Solely With The Same Employer

DEFINITION OF STAFF ASSISTED SERVICES
u Staff-assisted services include: (a) referral to a job, (b) placement in training, (c) re-employment services, (d) assessment services, including an assessment interview, testing, counseling, or employability planning, (e) case management, (f) career guidance, (g) job search activities, (h) federal bonding program, (i) job development contacts, (j) tax credit eligibility determination, (k) referral to other services, including skills training, educational services, and supportive services, or (l) any other service requiring significant expenditure of staff time. Application taking/registration and the use of self-service or facilitated self-help services are not included as staff-assisted services.