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Fraud investigators have been called in after 300,000 jobs on the Government’s job search site were found to be fake. The Department for Work and Pensions confirmed that it was investigating 179 employers for potentially breaking the rules on the Universal Jobmatch site.
PCS union press release Commenting on figures obtained by Frank Field MP, the Public and Commercial Services union described universal jobmatch as a "crude tool u...
Frank Field discovers over a third of a million 'unlawful' jobs promoted by the government on its website Frank Field MP has discovered that more than a third of a...
Communities and Local Government Committee press release All those carrying out riskiest electrical work should be qualified electricians, say MPs In a Report ...
The Government will refocus support for vocational qualifications towards those valued by employers, the Skills Minister has pledged. Giving a statement in the Co...
Office for National Statistics press release Comment on today's Young people in the labour market release Commenting on the data, ONS statistician Jamie Jenkin...
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