W.E. Upjohn Employment Trustee Corporation
Established in 1945
Mission Statement: The W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, independent research organization devoted to investigating the causes and effects of unemployment.
Maximizing your PocketChange
For every dollar spent…
Impacts & Achievements:
Some of the highlights
CEO Salary: 1.39% of expenses
- Provided up-to-date comparative unemployment compensation analysis.
- Included thorough labor market, data, and policy analysis.
- Implemented economic workforce development strategy.
- Helped administer a local employment program, created by the federal Emergency Employment Act. The program provided funding to finance job opportunities in local public service and nonprofit agencies for unemployed and disadvantaged workers.
- Used land mapping specialists to obtain the full picture of economic development potential in a given area.
- Analyzed quantitative and qualitative data to assess a region’s talent base, its education/training capacity, and the strength of its business-education partnerships.
- Serves as the data repository for many research and evaluation projects sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
How W.E. Upjohn is making a difference
The goal of the research programs are to look into the causes and effects of unemployment and measures for the alleviation of unemployment. The following are areas in which research is conducted:
- Labor Market Issues,
- International Issues,
- Economic Development,
- Unemployment, Disability, and Income Support Programs.
This charity also provides evaluation and analysis services, regional economic planning, and various program administration.