Publicentre - Evaluation of the Extended Duration of Employment Insurance Regular Benefits Initiative and the Pilot Project 15 Relating to Extended Benefits

Publication Details

The report presents the evaluation findings of two initiatives that extended the Employment Insurance (EI) regular entitlement by five weeks. The Extended Duration of Employment Insurance Regular Benefits initiative came into effect on March 1, 2009 and concluded on September 11, 2010. Pilot Project 15 Relating to Extended Benefits was in effect in 21 EI economic regions where the unemployment rate was 8% or more, from September 12, 2010 to September 15, 2012. The evaluation examined the take up by EI claimants of the additional weeks of benefits provided and the impact on the length of EI claims as well as on the likelihood of exhausting entitlements and benefits.
Format
EVALUATION
Language
Bilingual (Separate)
Medium
Electronic/Web
Publication Date
2016-11-25
Departmental Catalogue Number
SP-1130-11-16

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