Posts Tagged ‘benefits’

Welfare reform! other questions need to be asked…

Quite apart from the pressing questions around the timescale and implementation of the new Work Programme, PEP,  CTF and  FND […]

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Fraud/errooorrr in the benefits system

Fraud and error in the benefit system tops £millions upon £millions

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Personalisation and the New Coalition by Dr Simon Duffy

It will be interesting to see the new government’s reaction to personalisation. The better part of the coalition should like it – it is liberal, but it is rooted in social justice and it strengthens civil society. But, in harsh economic times anyone looking at what has been achieved so far may see something that needs ‘cutting’.

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Richard Johnson, Managing Director of Serco Welfare to Work on Cameron, Clegg and the future of Welfare

Richard Johnson, managing director of Serco Welfare to Work, on how the new coalition government may affect the welfare-to-work sector […]

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Successful Acquisition: Ixion Holdings acquires Computer Gym

Mergers and Acquisitions in the employment and skills sector. Ixion Holdings Ltd – a Not-For-Profit organisation have acquired Computer Gym (UK) Ltd.

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State of the nation report: poverty, worklessness and welfare dependency in the UK

Depending on your perspective, the state of the nation report paints a very bleak or a very realistic picture of life in the UK. For many citizens the credit crunch was always an integral part of their life… the boom years? what boom..

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Risks in Welfare to Work

It seems that providers are taking huge financial risks in welfare to work. Is this really the case or are they failing to see the pot of gold at the end of the tunnel….. maybe they are protesting too loudly!

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Iain Duncan Smith on Welfare reform

In 2009 Iain Duncan Smith suggested radical reform of our benefits system. As Secretary of State will he now deliver?

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How does the conservative proposal on Welfare reform compare to Labours’

The conservative’s proposal on Welfare reform The conservatives have proposed 1. To simplify Labour’s different programmes into one single back-to-work […]

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