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Post by ForgetMeNot on Tue Nov 13, 2018 9:41 am

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You will note most areas of DWP are not included on the list!!
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Post by dboy on Tue Nov 13, 2018 2:27 pm

Today I have been informed by 1 work coach and then 2 managers that while on JSA I am expected to look for work for 35 hours per week.

That the step based condition (2 or more) no longer exists and was stopped years ago.

I wonder if http//www.customerserviceshit.uk.com is available, the DWP would be high on that list.

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Post by Caker on Tue Nov 13, 2018 4:04 pm

dboy wrote:Today I have been informed by 1 work coach and then 2 managers that while on JSA I am expected to look for work for 35 hours per week.

That the step based condition (2 or more) no longer exists and was stopped years ago.

I wonder if http//www.customerserviceshit.uk.com is available, the DWP would be high on that list.


Another case of JC staff trying to force UC rules onto JSA claimants, and lying to achieve it. I believe the step based condition for JSA has not been abolished to date AFAIK.
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Post by dboy on Tue Nov 13, 2018 5:00 pm

Caker wrote:
Another case of JC staff trying to force UC rules onto JSA claimants, and lying to achieve it. I believe the step based condition for JSA has not been abolished to date AFAIK.

Yep your right JSA is still underpinned by the JSA Act and regulations and is still a step based benefit.

I actually do not think they were trying to be deceptive judging by their reactions they were oblivious and convinced they were all correct which is incredible considering and clearly shows why some claimants are having unlawful doubts raised.

So I am sending an email off to the complaints resolution team to clarify then show the reply next fortnight when I go back I will be asking for a prominent note on my file informing the work coach that I only have to to do more than 2 steps to satisfy the condition for actively seeking employment to prevent possible maladministration in the future and as a final satisfactory resolution (pushing it a bit) a staff awareness session to inform all work coaches of the Law. lol

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Post by Pintel on Wed Nov 14, 2018 11:28 am

dboy wrote:"Today I have been informed by 1 work coach and then 2 managers that while on JSA I am expected to look for work for 35 hours per week."
Is there anyway that you can have this 'alleged' 35 a week job search reduced? Like on the distances that a claimant can travel to employment. scratch
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Post by Caker on Wed Nov 14, 2018 1:05 pm

Pintel wrote:
dboy wrote:"Today I have been informed by 1 work coach and then 2 managers that while on JSA I am expected to look for work for 35 hours per week."
Is there anyway that you can have this 'alleged' 35 a week job search reduced? Like on the distances that a claimant can travel to employment. scratch


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This is a query, so I shall put it in the assisted support section where it may be followed up.
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Post by Pintel on Fri Nov 16, 2018 10:16 am

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