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Hi guys,


Been off jsa for about 9 months now, had a job inbetween but now i aint working and i'm planning to go back on. I was just wondering if anyone could tell me, do they check up on your work inbetween or do they just accept what you say and get on with it?


All help very much appreciated!

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I don't have a problem with them checking, i just wanted to clear it up, my ex employers will have nothing but good words to say about me. But just to be clear, are you presuming they'll check, what would be the reasons for them checking?


Thx again :)

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If you make a claim to JSA they they have the right to check with your last employer the reason you are no longer employed by them because there are sanctions which can be applied if for example your employment was terminated because of misconduct, or you left employment voluntarily without "good cause".

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