Future of Jobcentre Plus inquiry launched

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The Work and Pensions Committee launched an inquiry into the future of Jobcentre Plus, the public employment service arm of the “Department for Work and Pensions” (DWP).

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2 comments on “Future of Jobcentre Plus inquiry launched
  1. Ronnie Hunt says:

    The Job centres are beyond help with the job centre culture to established to change.Set up in the early 20th century with the best of intentions originally known as The Labour Exchange until the 1970″s and 80″s. The Job centres from my experience completely fail to help find or train for the right job.
    Job centres’ should be abolished and the former jobcentre buildings used to help the community as accommodation for homeless people.

  2. Linda Buchan says:

    I had forgotten they used to be called Labour exchanges

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