WellBeing Return on Investment Assessment of BCCA Connector Models
Report by: Mark Anielski
Published: October 2, 2013
The objective of this assessment was to evaluate the financial well-being impacts of employment programs and initiatives administered by the British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA).
The report asks:
- What are the well-being impacts on individual participants?
- What are the relative economic and well-being returns on government tax dollars?
Assessed and expressed in terms of economic (monetary), community, employer, and personal/family (mental, physical, emotional) quality of life impacts, this report assesses the real costs – and benefits – of the BCCA's initiatives using the Connector Model, including the Skilled Trades Employment Program (STEP), its associated programs, and the JobMatch program.
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