(Utkast) Kommisjonens gjennomføringsbeslutning om harmoniserte detaljerte spesifikasjoner for datainnsamling og -analyse for å overvåke og evaluere funksjonen av EURES-nettverket
(Draft) Commission Implementing Decision on uniform detailed specifications for data collection and analysis to monitor and evaluate the functioning of the EURES network
Utkast til kommisjonsbeslutning godkjent av komite (representanter for medlemslandene) og publisert i EUs komitologiregister 11.1.2018
BAKGRUNN (fra kommisjonsbeslutningen, engelsk utgave)
(1) Article 32(1) of Regulation (EU) 2016/589 requires Member States to put in place procedures to collect data on EURES activities carried out at national level.
(2) In order to measure the performance and the activities of the EURES network in an accurate and consistent manner it is necessary to establish a common conceptual and procedural framework, and to define indicators and the minimum data to be collected.
(3) That conceptual and procedural framework should help to evaluate the progress made against the objectives set for the EURES network under Regulation (EU) 2016/589.
(4) In order to measure the performance of the EURES network in a comprehensive manner and enable an optimal evaluation of its functioning, the framework should include two additional dimensions besides the three dimensions on support services to individual workers and employers referred to in Article 32(1) of Regulation (EU) 2016/589, namely information and guidance, employment performance and customer satisfaction. These two additional dimensions of EURES activity are the horizontal support provided, such as training, and communication, cooperation and outreach activities, such as recruitment events and efforts to secure transparency of labour market information. The integration of those two additional dimensions in the EURES Performance Measurement System allows addressing various information requirements of Regulation (EU) 2016/589 and makes the EURES Performance Measurement System compatible with other reporting mechanisms specified in the same Regulation. Thus, while maximising the potential benefits for the EURES network, it can help reducing the reporting burden of the Member States.
(5) In order to facilitate data collection and analysis and to avoid duplication of work the framework should build on existing practice in the Member States, in particular the practice within the Public Employment Services.
(6) The framework must be flexible enough to allow for the use of alternative data sources or methods of collection in cases where the immediate results of specific activities, such as recruitment and placement outcomes may be difficult to measure in a direct way.
(7) All potential synergies with the arrangements and procedures for the annual planning, monitoring and evaluation of activities of the EURES network pursuant to Article 31 of Regulation (EU) 2016/589 should be exploited, in particular so that the analysis of the performance measurement can be taken into account for the subsequent national work programmes.
(8) The framework should allow EURES activities to be effectively managed at national and Union level and help to assess when strategic or operational changes are needed. It should support the development of a performance measurement culture within the EURES network with result-orientation, cost-efficiency and accountability of expenditure as key components.
(9) The framework should serve as an instrument to collect comparable quantitative and qualitative data to measure the EURES activities covered but any analysis and interpretation must be done carefully taking into account contextual factors at the national level such as the labour market situation, organisational structures and the general approach to mobility. For this reason, Member States should be responsible for the analysis at their national level.
(10) The measures provided for in this Decision are in accordance with the opinion of the EURES Committee,
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