Posts Tagged ‘welfare to work’

– Transition arrangements

Organisations bidding to provide employment programmes for the Government have highlighted a potential gap in welfare-to-work provision between the termination […]

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– Yes Minister Blog hits 100,000!!!

We have hit 100,000 visitors Thank you We started this site in May 2010, Thanks for your continued visits and […]

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– Newsletter for Feb 14th bids, interim

Bids go in, interim manager and personnel sought, WCA, Apprenticeships

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Our Client, a renowned welfare to work provider is searching for potential Interim managers and consultants to join its network. […]

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– Encouraging the unemployed into work

Cutting housing benefit for unemployed people will encourage them to return to work, the Work and Pensions Secretary has explained. […]

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– WCA reforms to be introduced this summer

WCA reforms to be introduced this summer   Recommendations made by Professor Malcolm Harrington to improve work capability assessment (WCA) […]

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– Apprenticeships are the Key to success for 90% of Businesses

Apprenticeships are the Key to Success for 90% of Businesses A recent report, by City & Guilds, suggests that 9 […]

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– Cash crisis for providers

Cash crisis looms for welfare to work providers ‘My big concern about the transition period in terms of organisations being […]

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– 55,000 housholds will lose Housing Benefit or …

In Scotland In April, 55,000 households will be given nine months to either lose housing benefit or move out of […]

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– Grayling launches new business opportunites for the unemployed

Chris Grayling pledges to get Britain working and announces a massive expansion of business opportunities for the unemployed Today, Employment […]

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