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Jobcentres across the UK are to benefit from a boost of up to £3 million to support homeless people, Minister for Welfare Delivery Will Quince said this week (13 Jan).
There is a new record high employment rate and the unemployment rate has not been lower since 1974. Wage growth outpaces inflation for 21st successive month.
On the third anniversary of the scheme, changes have been announced to help businesses achieve their goal of workplace inclusivity.
Funding will be available to partner organisations, including charities, from April 2020 to help vulnerable people claim Universal Credit.
Speech by Minister for Disabled People Justin Tomlinson at the John Lewis Partnership event to promote health and wellbeing amongst staff:
A provider’s Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) plays a critical role in its approach to safeguarding its learners, training its staff, providing...