Posts Tagged ‘welfare reform’

– More from Chris Grayling on the Work Programme

Work and Pensions Committee hears from Chris Grayling on “the Work Programme: providers and contracting arrangements” During a Work and […]

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– DWP is on the right track!!

At this weeks Select Committee open hearing session. Oliver Heald MP explained that on his recent visit to the United […]

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– Redundancies should not be occuring

Are some providers acting in a less than open way with their staff? Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP explained that […]

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– No TUPE liability due to innovative business models

In evidence to the Select Committee Chris Grayling explained that TUPE liability will not apply to Pathways to Work because […]

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– Call for Evidence on Welfare Reform Bill

Welfare Reform Bill Call for evidence

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– Welfare reform Bill clears hurdle

Welfare reform Bill

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– Newsletter: WP, Disabled job seekers

Newsletter- Welfare reform, the Work Programme and disabled jobseekers

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– Duncan-Smith reveals housing benefit "Adjustment"

Duncan-Smith reveals housing benefit “Adjustmemt” Unemployed people will not face a 10% cut in housing benefit, it was disclosed today.  […]

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– Duncan-Smith reveals housing benefit “Adjustment”

Duncan-Smith reveals housing benefit “Adjustmemt” Unemployed people will not face a 10% cut in housing benefit, it was disclosed today.  […]

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– ALPs: Providers have their say

Association of Learning Providers Press release – 17 February 2011 Subject: Welfare Reform Bill ‘A sustainable Work Programme is required […]

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