HomeBlogSimple Guide: “How to deal with the Work Programme” for those placed on it
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  • ghost whistler April 23, 2012 at 8:32 am

    This is great stuff, but I’m not sure about some of it. What is an ‘ICO’?
    I’m not sure the information the DWP has they can’t pass on to the provider, I think that’s something they can do just by virtue of you signing on. You can refuse to give the provider permission to pass on that info and everyone should refuse.
    The link to section 17a of the jobseeker act is dead. I’m not sure appointments with the provider aren’t mandatory either. What they are meant to do is set out what’s required in an action plan which you don’t have to sign, but I don’t know if that includes appointments.
    The problem is that they can refer you to a decision maker for more or less anything (because it won’t be the provider that makes a decision), and the argument will be that you are not doing enough to look for work. That’s so nebulous that it can cover almost anything, especially the non-compliance, legal or otherwise, above.

  • Common Sense 2012 April 23, 2012 at 12:59 pm

    Informative Information No to Slavery and No to being Slave Labour

    Yes to a Better Government in Office

  • mark February 14, 2013 at 10:43 am

    Regarding universal jobmatch. how can it ever be compulsary, when it requires the use of cookies which is illegal, cookies cannot be forced on a persons computer.

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