Reports Related to "Labor and Workforce Development Agency"

Reports Related to "Labor and Workforce Development Agency"
Date Issued Report Number Report Title
March 24, 2011 2010-112

Employment Development Department: Its Unemployment Program Has Struggled to Effectively Serve California's Unemployed in the Face of Significant Workload and Fiscal Challenges

Fact Sheet (PDF) Summary Full Report (PDF) Recommendations

November 18, 2010 2010-106

Dymally-Alatorre Bilingual Services Act: State Agencies Do Not Fully Comply With the Act, and Local Governments Could Do More to Address Their Clients' Needs

Fact Sheet (PDF) Summary Full Report (PDF) Recommendations

November 20, 2008 2008-103

California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board: Its Weak Policies and Practices Could Undermine Employment Opportunity and Lead to the Misuse of State Resources

Fact Sheet (PDF) Summary Full Report (PDF) Recommendations

November 18, 2008 2008-112

Electronic Waste: Some State Agencies Have Discarded Their Electronic Waste Improperly, While State and Local Oversight Is Limited

Fact Sheet (PDF) Summary Full Report (PDF) Recommendations

September 7, 2006 2005-108

Department of Industrial Relations: Its Division of Apprenticeship Standards Inadequately Oversees Apprenticeship Programs

Fact Sheet (PDF) Summary Full Report (PDF)

February 9, 2006 2005-119

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Worker Safety: Better State Oversight Is Needed to Ensure That Injuries Are Reported Properly and That Safety Issues Are Addressed

Summary Full Report (PDF)

July 14, 2005 2004-118

Public Utilities Commission: Since the Judicial Review Act of 1998, the Number of Petitions Seeking Judicial Review of Commission Decisions Has Increased

Summary Full Report (PDF)

March 15, 2005 2004-116

California's Workforce Development System: Although Not Specifically Targeted by Its Programs, White-Collar Job Seekers Receive Employment Services

Summary Full Report (PDF)

January 27, 2004 2003-108.2

California's Workers' Compensation Program: Changes to the Medical Payment System Should Produce Savings Although Uncertainty About New Regulations and Data Limitations Prevent a More Comprehensive Analysis

Summary Full Report (PDF) Testimony (PDF)

August 27, 2003 2003-108.1

California's Workers' Compensation Program: The Medical Payment System Does Not Adequately Control the Costs to Employers to Treat Injured Workers or Allow for Adequate Monitoring of System Costs and Patient Care

Summary Full Report (PDF) Testimony (PDF)

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