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.Effects of Multi-Employment Promotion Program and their Predictors: An Example of 2004 Multi-Employment Promotion Program

Introduction
Employment promotion for minority groups is an important issue in Taiwan. From 2001 to 2003, the Taiwanese unemployment rates reached their highest levels (4.57% in 2001, 5.17% in 2002, 4.99% in 2003). As a result, the Taiwanese government implemented several employment programs for minority groups such as Sustainable Taiwan Development Employment Program (STDEP, 2001-2002), Multi-Employment Promotion Program (MEPP, 2002- ), Public Service Employment Program (PSEP, 2003-2004), and Public Works Program (PWP, 2004-2005). Among all of the minority employment promotion programs, MEPP has lasted the longest, spent more funding, and serviced the most persons. Thus, its performance and affecting factors have been emphasized most in Taiwan. In addition, the 2004 MEPP implemented a newly released database as a means to evaluate its performance. The purposes of this study were to conduct a performance evaluation of MEPP, and seek out factors that significantly affected its level of performance.


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