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Post by Admin on Sun Apr 16, 2017 12:39 pm

Below is an edited version of Claimant commitment

Jobcentreplus Department for work and Pensions

Name : joe blogs
National Insurance Number : ns05249634z
The types of work I am most likely to get:
\Restaurant ( kitchen ). Factory worker. Shop assistant. .... ._._•..__._.
.....

I believe this because: • My qualifications are:
IGCSE -English (0) Maths (C)
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My employment /organised, food preparation . Good timekeeper. Communication . Team strengths and skills worker
are:

Myexperienceis: Kitchenporter-1month.Factorywork (preparingsalads) 1month ~e s alone in rented flat. No internet ( will use family or library). Has CV.
My circumstances: l


" Jobcenlreplus " department for Work and Pensions

Name : joe blogs
National Insurance Number : ns05249634z

In return for my Jobseeker's Allowance I will do everything I reasonably can, each week, to give myself the best prospects of securing employment. The activities I have agreed in this Claimant Commitment will offer me the best chance of doing so.
My types of work:
I have agreed with my Coach that:

I will be available for all types of work, and

I will seek and apply for all types of work that give me the best prospects of securing employment. Where I will work:
I will look for work that I can travel to within 90 minutes each way from home.
My availability for work:

I'm available to attend a job interview immediately.
I'm available to start work immediately.
I am available to work for any hours on any day up to a minimum of 40 hours per week.
I know if I am not available as agreed above my Jobseeker's Allowance and I or National Insurance Credits will be stopped.
If I make a new claim to Jobseeker's Allowance after such failure, I may not get paid benefit for:

four weeks, or

13 weeks if it has previously been decided on one or more occasion that my Jobseeker's Allowance should be stopped because I was not available for or actively seeking employment within 52 weeks (but not within 2 weeks) of my last failure.

My actions for getting work

I know I must do everything I reasonably can, each week , to give myself the best prospects of securing employment. I have agreed with my Coach that the activities listed below are those that I can bereasonably expected to do.
How often
x
ongoing[I will ~~sure I have an up to date CV that I can tailor for jobs I apply for.

weekly ongoing II
.....
X
Daily ·~

I will use jobsites and employer websites to find and apply for jobs I can do.

I will contact employers directly to ask about and apply tor jobs I can do.

I will check newspaper job vacancy sections and apply to those jobs I can do.
X
I will ask family,friends and former colleagues about vacancies,and apply to those I can do.
X
I will respond promptly to contacts and notifications from employers and jobsites.

I will register with and maintain contact with recruitment agencies.

I understand that detailed planning for how I will undertake these activities is essential to give myself the best chance of success . The 'My Work Plan booklet' will help me to plan and manage how I will do these things and anything else I think will help improve my chances of moving into work . My Coach will work with me on this.
I know I must show that I have done all that is reasonable to give myself the best prospects of securing employment. I will keep evidence of what I have done and take this with me every time I go to the Jobcentre. My Work Plan booklet will help me do this.

If I cannot show I have done everything that I reasonably can, each week , to give myself best prospects of securing employment, I know my Jobseeker's Allowance and / or National Insurance Credits will be stopped.
If I make a new claim to Jobseeker's Allowance after such failure, I may not get paid benefit for:

tour weeks, or

13 weeks if it has previously been decided on one or more occasion that my Jobseeker's Allowance should be stopped because I was not available for or actively seeking employment within 52 weeks (but not within 2 weeks) of my last failure .

My rights
I know if there is a disagreement about my Claimant Commitment, I can ask for this to be reviewed. I also know that if there is any dispute about my benefit, my case may be sent to a decision maker, which could result in the loss of my Jobseeker's Allowance and / or National Insurance Credits . If this happens I will be told. If I am not satisfied with the decision I can ask for it to be explained or reconsidered . If I am still unhappy with the outcome I know I have the right to appeal.

Changes in my circumstances
I will tell Jobcentre Plus straight away if my circumstances change in any way which could affect my Jobseeker's Allowance . I understand that if I give false information or do not tell DVVP of something I should, I could be liable to repay any overpayment of benefit and I could be taken to court.
My Claimant Statement

I have read and understood my Claimant Commitment.

I will do everyth ing I reasonably can to give myself the best prospects of securing employment.

I understand that my Coach is there to support me but ultimately getting work will be up to me; and putting more into this will help me get a job sooner
• I understand Jobcentre Plus will give me help and advice to do the things set out in my Claimant Commitment.

I understand I must attend the Jobcentre when required to do so.

I understand my Coach may require me to take other specific actions to improve my chances of finding work.

I understand my Coach may require me to take part in certain schemes to help improve my chances of finding work. I will search for 'Jobseeker's Allowance Back to Work Schemes' on gov.uk and consider this guide. If I have any questions about it I will ask my Coach.

I understand Jobcentre Plus may seek feedback from employers about any jobs they have told me to apply tor.


I understand this Claimant Commitment is my Jobseeker's Agreement for the purpose of section 1(2)
(b) of the Jobseekers Act 1995.

Claimant signature Date 124 Feb 2014 Signed ... joe blogs ....

Coach signature Date 4 feb 2014 This Jobseeker's Agreement is treated as made on 17 Feb 2014 peter black
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