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Work and Pensions

 

Jobseeker's Allowance (Work for your Benefit Pilot Scheme) Regulations

 

The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Chris Grayling): On 21 June 2010 we notified bidders that we would not be proceeding with the Work for Your Benefit pilot scheme.

 

The Jobseeker’s Allowance (Work for your Benefit Pilot Scheme) Regulations 2010 (S.I. 2010/1222) were approved in draft by each House of Parliament in March 2010 and were made on 7 April 2010. They are due to come into force on 22 November 2010, and then to lapse on 21 November 2013. These regulations allow the Secretary of State to select claimants in pilot areas for participation in the scheme if they meet specified conditions. They also provide for the loss or reduction of benefit if persons selected fail to participate without good cause.

 

As a result of this decision, no jobseeker’s allowance claimants will be selected for participation in the scheme.

 

As part of the wider reforms to welfare that this Government are undertaking, I will in due course be announcing further details of the support we will be offering to improve the job chances of long-term unemployed people.

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http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmtoday/cmwms/archive/101119.htm

 

 

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Work and Pensions

 

Jobseeker's Allowance (Work for your Benefit Pilot Scheme) Regulations

 

The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Chris Grayling): On 21 June 2010 we notified bidders that we would not be proceeding with the Work for Your Benefit pilot scheme.

 

The Jobseeker’s Allowance (Work for your Benefit Pilot Scheme) Regulations 2010 (S.I. 2010/1222) were approved in draft by each House of Parliament in March 2010 and were made on 7 April 2010. They are due to come into force on 22 November 2010, and then to lapse on 21 November 2013. These regulations allow the Secretary of State to select claimants in pilot areas for participation in the scheme if they meet specified conditions. They also provide for the loss or reduction of benefit if persons selected fail to participate without good cause.

 

As a result of this decision, no jobseeker’s allowance claimants will be selected for participation in the scheme.

 

As part of the wider reforms to welfare that this Government are undertaking, I will in due course be announcing further details of the support we will be offering to improve the job chances of long-term unemployed people.

Full Story See Below

8-)8-)at the bottom of the page8)8)

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmtoday/cmwms/archive/101119.htm

 

 

 

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Does this apply to the flexible new deal whereby you are forced off JSA and entered into flexible new deal over 25's program with an outside provider which you have to attend for 30 hours every week and do as they say for at least 13 weeks and also do 4 weeks free work placement and can be extended for up to a year. You must attend or be sanctioned, and you are then subjected to treatment from the provider which is condescending, humiliating and unjust.

 

Note you are actually taken off JSA and no longer show in the figures as unemployed even though you are still unemployed. This is proved by the fact that you will be sent your P45.

 

The company concerned in this case is A4e and not only do they breach the human rights but they are also are in breach of health and safety and data protection.

 

Examples:

48 people plus tutor with no teaching qualifications people squeezed like sardines into a room whereby if you move you hit next chair or table. In case of a fire would be almost impossible to exit safely as you would have to climb over chairs and tables to get out safely through the one 3rd floor fire exit.

 

Despite A4e being fined £60,000 for data protection breach, they continue to breach. The people were told that no one was to sit in the tutors chair as she had protected data there and if anyone did sit there they would be escorted off the premises and sanctioned for gross misconduct.

 

One of the clients partners had recently had a baby, the tutor stated that once he got a job he would be a good father.

 

Clients were told they could not smoke outside, when suggestion was made of supplying an ashtray and pointing out that this was outside tutors response was you people will not use ashtrays.

 

Clients told of sanctions imposed which are if half hour late you lose half a days pay if hour late you lose a days pay. In addition to this though there is a further sanction, clients were told that it is also there responsibility to ensure everyone else gets back on time as if another is late she will keep all of them back at end of day as she is sick of people being late.

 

Tutor stated that next week they will be in another room and she will put it on the board as you over 25's are in need of picture support as that is why you here.

 

The list goes on and on these are just a couple of the examples, My friend is fully expecting that he will end up sanctioned and possibly exited from the course for complaining and challenging this treatment, which he is finding extremely humiliating and degrading. He is going to contact the MP and JCP in written form and is also contacting authorities regarding the health and safety issues. Any other ideas or others experiences would be welcome

 

 

Work and Pensions

 

Jobseeker's Allowance (Work for your Benefit Pilot Scheme) Regulations

 

The Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions (Chris Grayling): On 21 June 2010 we notified bidders that we would not be proceeding with the Work for Your Benefit pilot scheme.

 

The Jobseeker’s Allowance (Work for your Benefit Pilot Scheme) Regulations 2010 (S.I. 2010/1222) were approved in draft by each House of Parliament in March 2010 and were made on 7 April 2010. They are due to come into force on 22 November 2010, and then to lapse on 21 November 2013. These regulations allow the Secretary of State to select claimants in pilot areas for participation in the scheme if they meet specified conditions. They also provide for the loss or reduction of benefit if persons selected fail to participate without good cause.

 

As a result of this decision, no jobseeker’s allowance claimants will be selected for participation in the scheme.

 

As part of the wider reforms to welfare that this Government are undertaking, I will in due course be announcing further details of the support we will be offering to improve the job chances of long-term unemployed people.

Full Story See Below

8-)8-)at the bottom of the page8)8)

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmtoday/cmwms/archive/101119.htm

 

 

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