Join the Job Quality Pilot with Working Metrics

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Jan. 5, 2022 - Quality jobs -- which include features such as good wages, benefits, and opportunities for growth -- have been shown to better attract talented workers, reduce turnover costs, and increase employee engagement and productivity while improving a company’s operations and profitability.

Are you an employer who wants to understand how to measure job quality and identify focus areas? Join the job quality pilot with Working Metrics.

What? Working Metrics partnered with the Aspen Institute to provide an online data-driven platform for businesses to be able to measure, benchmark, and score the job quality, diversity, and job equity they provide to employees. Measuring and tracking job quality data allows employers to identify where they may be struggling with diversity, retention, and hiring and point them towards possible solutions.

How? Working Metrics has been adopted by Colorado and the Colorado Workforce Development Council (CWDC) through an engagement with Results for America to bring on employers to partake in a pilot program. Participation in Colorado’s Working Metrics Pilot Program is free of charge to cohort leads and employers for the first four quarters of reporting, a value of more than $1,000.

When? Employers can join the pilot at any time. The time commitment is 2-4 hours initially for onboarding training, the first data upload and formatting, and reviewing the initial results with the partner organization. After launch, the time commitment is 30-60 minutes quarterly when companies submit quarterly data.

Questions? View the Working Metrics FAQ for more details.

Ready to get started? Contact the CWDC at to join Colorado’s Working Metrics Pilot Program.

Learn more about job quality efforts in Colorado