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General Info

EmployStat logoEmployStat is a web-based data system designed to track employment outcomes for those individuals employed through Community Integrated Competitive Supported Employment. EmployStat was developed and is maintained by Networks for Training and Development with funding by Philadelphia DBHIDS.

Real Employment Information to Guide Real Employment Results!

  • Track individual employment history and support
  • On demand, real time reporting
  • Customizable to meet your program needs
  • System and Pricing packages available for individual agencies to state systems

For more information please contact the EmployStat Helpline
Phone: 610-482-4936

Demo Site

Demo Site

We invite you to check out our demo site to determine if this type of system might meet your need to track employment data.

Log In Options:
1. View the system as an Administrative Entity (Funding Source Organization).
Type in "AE" as the username and "testing123456" as the password.

2. View the system as an employment provider.
Type in "AGENCY" as the username and "testing123456" as the password.

Please note: Username and Password are case sensitive.

Features &

Features & Quotes


  • Customizable for individual agency or state systems
  • Accessible on any computer or smart device
  • Can provide printable daily/monthly progress notes
  • Support requests answered within 24 hours
  • Ready to use secure online data system
  • Available for immediate use after brief initial set up
  • Pricing based on intended usage


“Improving employment outcomes requires a clear and current understanding of how many people are working, and the quality of their outcomes. A comprehensive employment outcome data system supports strategic planning, organizational goals, resource allocation, and reporting to funders.”
- Butterworth, John (March 17, 2014).

“We are all entitled to our own opinions, but we are not entitled to our own facts; the facts speak for themselves and it is folly to ignore them.”
- Cerf, Vint (December 6, 2011).
Why Data Matters for Public Policy