• South Leeds Jobcentre Closure 2016

    South Leeds Jobcentre in LS10 Hunslet closed its door in January 2016. Clip shows the empty Jobcentre hours before it closed.

    published: 24 Apr 2016
  • JOBS - The Job Centre - S1, E1

    published: 27 Apr 2016
  • Job centre plus 2017/1

    A journey through #universaljobmatch on a mobile as part of recruitment sites UK

    published: 09 Oct 2017
  • HRA and chipping swarcliffe Leeds job complete

    published: 31 Mar 2015
  • Leeds road take away fight

    published: 14 Mar 2015
  • Protest walks against job centre closures

    A PROTEST walk has been organised to show support against the decision to close of half of Glasgow’s Jobcentres. The demonstration organised by the Scottish Greens aims to show the difficulty the cuts, proposed by the Department of Work and Pensions, will create for those who have to walk to claim their benefits. Setting off from the Bridgeton centre on Muslin Street the group will walk to the Shettleston centre from 10am tomorrow. Lorraine McLaren, a Calton area candidate for Scottish Greens, said: “The walk we are setting off on tomorrow is to show the disproportionate impact these decisions will have on people in the Calton area. “People in this area already have to deal with a lot of complex challenges in their lives and the withdrawal of services they require is only making the si...

    published: 12 Jan 2017
  • #igotthejob following @LeedsUniCareers

    Meet Tom, David and Maria just some of the students who used the Careers Centre to find a job. Find out how we helped them and how they feel about their graduate jobs.

    published: 12 Oct 2012
  • Simone reed job centre nek nom woman

    simone and sammy !

    published: 16 Mar 2014
  • Information on Working in Leeds in Romanian

    Working in Leeds Welcome to Leeds, I want to talk to you today about employment and money and services available in Leeds. In order to work in the UK you will need a National Insurance number. You can get one of these by calling 0345 600 0643 or by visiting Jobcentre Plus. The UK has a national minimum wage, it is illegal for an employer to pay less than this, the rate for 2017 is £7.20 per hour for people aged over 25. Your employer must also provide you with a payslip. Year REAL LIVING WAGE NATIONAL LIVING WAGE NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE By April* LIVING WAGE 25 and over 21+ /21 to 24** 18 to 20 Under 18 Apprentice 2017 £8.45 £7.50 £7.20 £6.95 £5.55 £4.00 You can get free advice and support to find a job from Jobcentre Plus or from any Council One Stop Centre. You can request an interpre...

    published: 10 Jan 2018
  • Job Centre

    Here is the explaining video for the Pep Job Centre. Apply for jobs by Tweeting @proevopeople and stating the Job you want and why you suit the role.

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • The Jobcentre Song - Rory O'B and the Tenement Selkies

    "I tried to get a job but the woman at the Jobcentre she doesn't help a lot and what I've got in my bank from Universal Credit's wrong the only option I think I've got's an offence, it's against the law"

    published: 27 May 2016
  • DWP reveals more jobcentre pain with the announcement of more closures

    PLANS have been announced to close more Jobcentres in Scotland. The Department of Work and Pensions has unveiled its UK wide proposals for reducing office space to cut costs. The announcement comes almost two months after the plans to shut half of Glasgow’s Jobcentres was revealed. The proposals include the closure of Port Glasgow and Alexandria Jobcentres moving to Greenock and Dumbarton respectively. The aim is to shut 134 job centres in total across the UK and a number of what the DWP call back offices. It will also shut two Glasgow city centre offices, Portcullis House in Charing Cross and another in Cadogan Street. The DWP said there would be no redundancies and operations would be located in other offices. Atlantic Quay and Northgate in the city centre are to be retained. The ...

    published: 26 Jan 2017
  • Leeds unemploymentenc

    published: 02 May 2013
  • Violent battle with knives, hammers and machetes at Leeds community centre

    published: 31 Mar 2017
  • Job Centre

    published: 05 Dec 2016
  • Nicola Sturgeon: Absolutely no case for shutting city job centres

    Today I want to talk about an issue which will be familiar to many readers, thanks to the campaign that the Evening Times has been running over the last few weeks - the UK Government’s plans to close half of Glasgow’s job centres. These are deeply flawed proposals – and the campaign against them is gathering momentum. To quickly recap, there are currently 16 job centres in the city, and last month – without any prior warning – the DWP unveiled plans to shut eight of them. This would affect communities the length and breadth of the city, from Anniesland to Easterhouse, to Castlemillk and Langside, as well as Cambuslang next door in South Lanarkshire. The plans are currently subject to a public consultation although, strangely, the DWP is only actually formally consulting on the closure ...

    published: 24 Jan 2017
  • JOB CENTRE SCANDAL 2016 is this BRITAIN?

    Iain Duncan Smith has resigned. I would assume this means he saw what was coming if he persisted pushing those policies of persecution for the struggling sick and unemployed. ...Since so many have died due to government policy he implemented. Another TESTAMENT FROM fleeing 'JOB CENTRE' STAFF Despite bonuses paid for targets to kick claimants off job seekers benefits at any costs puting more money into the pocket of the DWP staff and DWP itself I decided I could no longer work with the 'team' that enforces rules to make those less fortunate than us to suffer. Bumping into the unemployed at the supermarket whilst my trolley was always full and seeing them struggle made me change jobs even though it is less paid. Ethics and empathy for the unemployed is not job centre policy and neither is...

    published: 27 Feb 2016
  • Health & Wellbeing (At Wood Green Job Centre) Jack Jones at Verve, Kazoopa Fest. Leeds.

    Jack Jones at Verve, Kazoopa Fest. Leeds.

    published: 27 Nov 2016
  • Job centres to close

    Job centres to close in new merger plan which could 'force people to travel further' to sign on

    published: 27 Jan 2017
  • Jobcentre Plus Stock Footage 2

    Jobcentre Plus Stock Footage

    published: 30 Dec 2014
  • devvo

    10 min devvo job centre

    published: 25 Apr 2008
  • Colin - Sunderland Call Centre - Barclays Jobs

    Find out about Colin's job at Barclays, as a team leader in telephony at Barclays Sunderland Call Centre http://www.jobs.barclays.co.uk/meet-our-people/#colin-pickard. He'll tell you more about his career there.

    published: 29 Mar 2012
  • Pauline McNeill Castlemilk Jobcentre 27 Jan 2017

    published: 01 Feb 2017
  • Let's take the Jobcentre to the Brighton Fringe Festival

    published: 22 Feb 2017
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South Leeds Jobcentre  Closure 2016

South Leeds Jobcentre Closure 2016

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  • Updated: 24 Apr 2016
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South Leeds Jobcentre in LS10 Hunslet closed its door in January 2016. Clip shows the empty Jobcentre hours before it closed.
https://wn.com/South_Leeds_Jobcentre_Closure_2016
JOBS - The Job Centre - S1, E1

JOBS - The Job Centre - S1, E1

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  • Updated: 27 Apr 2016
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https://wn.com/Jobs_The_Job_Centre_S1,_E1
Job centre plus 2017/1

Job centre plus 2017/1

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  • Updated: 09 Oct 2017
  • views: 39
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A journey through #universaljobmatch on a mobile as part of recruitment sites UK
https://wn.com/Job_Centre_Plus_2017_1
HRA and chipping swarcliffe Leeds job complete

HRA and chipping swarcliffe Leeds job complete

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  • Duration: 1:41
  • Updated: 31 Mar 2015
  • views: 230
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https://wn.com/Hra_And_Chipping_Swarcliffe_Leeds_Job_Complete
Leeds road take away fight

Leeds road take away fight

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  • Updated: 14 Mar 2015
  • views: 32819
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https://wn.com/Leeds_Road_Take_Away_Fight
Protest walks against job centre closures

Protest walks against job centre closures

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  • Updated: 12 Jan 2017
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A PROTEST walk has been organised to show support against the decision to close of half of Glasgow’s Jobcentres. The demonstration organised by the Scottish Greens aims to show the difficulty the cuts, proposed by the Department of Work and Pensions, will create for those who have to walk to claim their benefits. Setting off from the Bridgeton centre on Muslin Street the group will walk to the Shettleston centre from 10am tomorrow. Lorraine McLaren, a Calton area candidate for Scottish Greens, said: “The walk we are setting off on tomorrow is to show the disproportionate impact these decisions will have on people in the Calton area. “People in this area already have to deal with a lot of complex challenges in their lives and the withdrawal of services they require is only making the situation worse. “The issue poses real problems to people with disabilities, the elderly and those looking after children. “It’s not new that the Calton area is heavily populated by this demographic and it’s just not fair that these people will be expected to do even more to claim what they are entitled to. “The decision to close two centres in the Calton area alone is highly concerning. “But this isn’t just a local issue. It’s Glasgow-wide.” From the Bridgeton job centre the group will will talk to people using the services within the centre before setting off. They will also record the time it takes to walk to the Shettleston Road centre. The 48-year-old also pointed out that the resultant increase in the number of people using the likes of the Shettleston centre, McLaren added: “It’s not a short walk by any means and there’s no doubt it will put an extra burden on those trying to make appointments. “The travel costs to get to and from the job centres will only be another obstacle for those affected. “As well as travelling to the jobcentre there is also a real issue of how these increased numbers will be handled. “Unless the centre extends it opening times the privacy of claimants may be obstructed as more appointments take place within close proximity with each other. “It could make what is an already uncomfortable experience even more uncomfortable. “This was organised very quickly but we would urge those who are against the closures to join us in the walk. “It is vital as many people as possible are made aware of these cuts and make their views known before the consultation period comes to an end on January 31.” Tomorrow’s protest from Bridgeton to Shettleston will potentially be the first of three to take place throughout the city. Other walks are hoped to take place between Castlemilk and Newlands as well as Maryhill and Springburn. The DWP is consulting on three of the closures, Bridgeton, Castlemilk and Maryhill because of the longer distances.
https://wn.com/Protest_Walks_Against_Job_Centre_Closures
#igotthejob following @LeedsUniCareers

#igotthejob following @LeedsUniCareers

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  • Updated: 12 Oct 2012
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Meet Tom, David and Maria just some of the students who used the Careers Centre to find a job. Find out how we helped them and how they feel about their graduate jobs.
https://wn.com/Igotthejob_Following_Leedsunicareers
Simone reed job centre nek nom woman

Simone reed job centre nek nom woman

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  • Updated: 16 Mar 2014
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simone and sammy !
https://wn.com/Simone_Reed_Job_Centre_Nek_Nom_Woman
Information on Working in Leeds in Romanian

Information on Working in Leeds in Romanian

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  • Updated: 10 Jan 2018
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Working in Leeds Welcome to Leeds, I want to talk to you today about employment and money and services available in Leeds. In order to work in the UK you will need a National Insurance number. You can get one of these by calling 0345 600 0643 or by visiting Jobcentre Plus. The UK has a national minimum wage, it is illegal for an employer to pay less than this, the rate for 2017 is £7.20 per hour for people aged over 25. Your employer must also provide you with a payslip. Year REAL LIVING WAGE NATIONAL LIVING WAGE NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE By April* LIVING WAGE 25 and over 21+ /21 to 24** 18 to 20 Under 18 Apprentice 2017 £8.45 £7.50 £7.20 £6.95 £5.55 £4.00 You can get free advice and support to find a job from Jobcentre Plus or from any Council One Stop Centre. You can request an interpreter for job centre appointments. They can help you find job vacancies, prepare a CV and offer advice on further training. You may be entitled to certain benefits to top up your income and help with things like childcare or housing costs. Staff at the Council One Stop Centres can help with this, there is a link in the notes section below. If you need help to Learn English you can find out about ESOL classes at the Learning English in Leeds website, there is a link in the notes section below. Money It’s a good idea to open a bank account when you arrive in the UK. You will need to provide ID to prove your identity and where you live. Any bank will be able to give a list of ID they require. Most banks offer free banking so you shouldn’t have to pay anything. Leeds Credit Union offers a safe place to save and borrow money. There is a link to Leeds City Credit Union in the notes section below. You may be entitled to additional financial support from the government in the form of welfare benefits. You can visit any Council One Stop Centre to ask about this or contact Citizens Advice Leeds or other local advice agencies who offer free, confidential advice on a wide range of issues including benefits, housing, immigration and lots more. A booklet entitled ‘Help with Managing your Money’ provides details of various organisations and agencies in Leeds that offer free help and advice on money, debt, budgeting, reducing bills and affordable loans. You can access the information in this booklet via the website : www.leedsmic.org.uk a link to the website is included in the notes section below. Weblinks https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/ http://www.jobcentreguide.co.uk/jobcentre-plus-guide/4/what-is-the-jobcentre-plus http://www.leeds.gov.uk/residents/Pages/one-stop-centres.aspx http://www.leedscitycreditunion.co.uk/ https://www.gov.uk/apply-national-insurance-number https://www.lel.help/ www.leedscitycreditunion.co.uk www.leedsmic.org.uk
https://wn.com/Information_On_Working_In_Leeds_In_Romanian
Job Centre

Job Centre

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  • Duration: 17:50
  • Updated: 29 Jun 2017
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Here is the explaining video for the Pep Job Centre. Apply for jobs by Tweeting @proevopeople and stating the Job you want and why you suit the role.
https://wn.com/Job_Centre
The Jobcentre Song - Rory O'B and the Tenement Selkies

The Jobcentre Song - Rory O'B and the Tenement Selkies

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  • Duration: 5:56
  • Updated: 27 May 2016
  • views: 501
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"I tried to get a job but the woman at the Jobcentre she doesn't help a lot and what I've got in my bank from Universal Credit's wrong the only option I think I've got's an offence, it's against the law"
https://wn.com/The_Jobcentre_Song_Rory_O'B_And_The_Tenement_Selkies
DWP reveals more jobcentre pain with the announcement of more closures

DWP reveals more jobcentre pain with the announcement of more closures

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  • Duration: 2:42
  • Updated: 26 Jan 2017
  • views: 282
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PLANS have been announced to close more Jobcentres in Scotland. The Department of Work and Pensions has unveiled its UK wide proposals for reducing office space to cut costs. The announcement comes almost two months after the plans to shut half of Glasgow’s Jobcentres was revealed. The proposals include the closure of Port Glasgow and Alexandria Jobcentres moving to Greenock and Dumbarton respectively. The aim is to shut 134 job centres in total across the UK and a number of what the DWP call back offices. It will also shut two Glasgow city centre offices, Portcullis House in Charing Cross and another in Cadogan Street. The DWP said there would be no redundancies and operations would be located in other offices. Atlantic Quay and Northgate in the city centre are to be retained. The overall plan for Jobcentres shows the disproportionate focus on Glasgow. The seven city closures account for 5.2% of the UK total closures. The plans have attracted widespread opposition with the Evening Times Hands Off Our Jobcentres gaining support from across political parties, individuals and community groups. Labour’s UK Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, Debbie Abrahams, added her voice to the campaign. She said “The Tory plan to close job centres across Glasgow is an absolute utter shambles. “The Tories used to tell people to get on their bike to find work – now they are telling people in Glasgow they will have to travel miles for the support they need to find work in the first place. “It’s a total mess that sums up the Tory approach to social security, one they can’t understand.” Alison Thewliss Glasgow Central SNP MP is now also worried about the office closures. She said: “These erratic Tory plans raise a number of very serious questions for Glasgow. Where are the jobs are being transferred to? What consultation has been carried out with staff? How does this fit into the current proposals to shut half of Glasgow’s Jobcentres? “UK Government Ministers have been at great pains to stress the Jobcentre closures are only proposals, but how can Glaswegians trust them with these new cuts coming like a bolt from the blue?” The latest announcement has also met with disapproval in the rest of the country. Ronnie Cowan MP for Inverclyde said:”This will put an added burden of travel on people in Kilmacolm and Port Glasgow who will be expected to travel greater distances to receive welfare support.” DWP Minister Damian Hinds said: “We are concentrating our resources on what we know best helps people into work.”
https://wn.com/Dwp_Reveals_More_Jobcentre_Pain_With_The_Announcement_Of_More_Closures
Leeds unemploymentenc

Leeds unemploymentenc

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  • Updated: 02 May 2013
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https://wn.com/Leeds_Unemploymentenc
Violent battle with knives, hammers and machetes at Leeds community centre

Violent battle with knives, hammers and machetes at Leeds community centre

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  • Duration: 0:48
  • Updated: 31 Mar 2017
  • views: 2330
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https://wn.com/Violent_Battle_With_Knives,_Hammers_And_Machetes_At_Leeds_Community_Centre
Job Centre

Job Centre

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  • Updated: 05 Dec 2016
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https://wn.com/Job_Centre
Nicola Sturgeon: Absolutely no case for shutting city job centres

Nicola Sturgeon: Absolutely no case for shutting city job centres

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  • Updated: 24 Jan 2017
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Today I want to talk about an issue which will be familiar to many readers, thanks to the campaign that the Evening Times has been running over the last few weeks - the UK Government’s plans to close half of Glasgow’s job centres. These are deeply flawed proposals – and the campaign against them is gathering momentum. To quickly recap, there are currently 16 job centres in the city, and last month – without any prior warning – the DWP unveiled plans to shut eight of them. This would affect communities the length and breadth of the city, from Anniesland to Easterhouse, to Castlemillk and Langside, as well as Cambuslang next door in South Lanarkshire. The plans are currently subject to a public consultation although, strangely, the DWP is only actually formally consulting on the closure of three out of the eight job centres facing the axe – those at Bridgeton, Castlemilk and Maryhill. However, straight away alarm bells should be ringing. Let’s remember that Glasgow currently has one of the highest unemployment rates in Scotland – so making it harder to access employment support is the last thing the UK Government should be doing. And as everyone knows, job centres are – despite their title – more than just a place to look for a job. They’re used to find out about adult learning and skills opportunities, as well as issues about benefits and social security. The media has been full of very distressing stories of ill and disabled people unable to make job centre appointments and having their benefits sanctioned as a result – demanding they travel further for their appointments risks making this problem worse. Attempts from the Tories to defend these plans have been far from convincing to say the least. Last week Scottish Secretary David Mundell told the House of Commons that the UK Government’s intention was that there would be no change to the level of service offered to the people of our city. Given that the Tories can’t even say how many people will be affected by these closures – and they haven’t even bothered to do an assessment - that’s a pretty hollow statement to make. Nor does it seem to have occurred to them that people traveling to job centres seeking work or employment support are almost always doing so on low incomes. The DWP has suggested that rather than attend a job centre, claimants could contact them by telephone instead. That argument might have a bit more credibility were it not for the fact that claimants would be forced to use very expensive 0345 numbers every time they need to speak to an advisor about their claim. Calls to pursue your JSA or ESA claims, for example, can cost up to 45p a minute if you’re forced to call from a mobile. The SNP has been making clear our strong opposition to these closure plans. Employment Minister Jamie Hepburn met his UK counterpart Damian Hinds last week – and suggested he meet with some of the people who will be affected by these closures. And the SNP led debates in both the House of Commons and the Scottish Parliament last week to lay out in detail the flaws in these proposals. In addition, Glasgow’s politicians, spearheaded by the SNP, have joined together to mount a cross-party campaign. My SNP colleague Stewart McDonald MP has sent a letter to Scottish Secretary David Mundell asking him to back the campaign to keep the job centres open. The letter was signed by all of Glasgow’s SNP MSPs and MPs, the four Labour MSPs, the GreensPatrick Harvie as well as Glasgow City Council Leader Frank McAveety and SNP opposition leader Susan Aitken. The only MSPs not to sign the letter were the two Glasgow Tories - Adam Tomkins and Annie Wells. As things stand, David Mundell has failed to speak out against these closures and has offered little more than warm words. If the Scottish Secretary is not there to stand up for Scottish interests in the UK Cabinet on issues as important as this, then frankly you really have to wonder what the point is in there being a Scottish Secretary. There is also a wider issue here about the way Glasgow is being used as a guinea pig by the UK Government. Glasgow is so far the only place in the UK where job centre closures have been announced. And although the DWP have said they plan to reduce the estate across the UK by 20% – the proposed cut in Glasgow is far higher than that at 50%. It is completely unacceptable for our city to be treated in this way – and the incredibly flawed consultation process only adds insult to injury. There is absolutely no case for shutting these job centres – and the Tory government needs to hear this message loud and clear. There is still time to respond to the DWP’s consultation before it finishes on January 31st. I would urge everyone reading this to add their voice to the growing campaign to ensure these wrong-headed closures are stopped in their tracks.
https://wn.com/Nicola_Sturgeon_Absolutely_No_Case_For_Shutting_City_Job_Centres
JOB CENTRE SCANDAL 2016 is this BRITAIN?

JOB CENTRE SCANDAL 2016 is this BRITAIN?

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  • Updated: 27 Feb 2016
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Iain Duncan Smith has resigned. I would assume this means he saw what was coming if he persisted pushing those policies of persecution for the struggling sick and unemployed. ...Since so many have died due to government policy he implemented. Another TESTAMENT FROM fleeing 'JOB CENTRE' STAFF Despite bonuses paid for targets to kick claimants off job seekers benefits at any costs puting more money into the pocket of the DWP staff and DWP itself I decided I could no longer work with the 'team' that enforces rules to make those less fortunate than us to suffer. Bumping into the unemployed at the supermarket whilst my trolley was always full and seeing them struggle made me change jobs even though it is less paid. Ethics and empathy for the unemployed is not job centre policy and neither is treating claimants with respect carried out. That's one reason why DWP employ bouncer and outside private security guards to protect us but victimise the poor and desperate. Another reason I quit. in essence then, for those that get sanctioned DON'T wait to contact the housing benefit office to inform them you now have NO income and are now in severe hardship due to the DWP cutting your unemployment benefit. Also don't forgte to go for 'appeal' to try and get 'unsanctioned'. Sound Credit Released under Creative Commons License 3.0. "music by audionautix.com".
https://wn.com/Job_Centre_Scandal_2016_Is_This_Britain
Health & Wellbeing (At Wood Green Job Centre) Jack Jones at Verve, Kazoopa Fest. Leeds.

Health & Wellbeing (At Wood Green Job Centre) Jack Jones at Verve, Kazoopa Fest. Leeds.

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  • Updated: 27 Nov 2016
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Jack Jones at Verve, Kazoopa Fest. Leeds.
https://wn.com/Health_Wellbeing_(At_Wood_Green_Job_Centre)_Jack_Jones_At_Verve,_Kazoopa_Fest._Leeds.
Job centres to close

Job centres to close

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  • Updated: 27 Jan 2017
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Job centres to close in new merger plan which could 'force people to travel further' to sign on
https://wn.com/Job_Centres_To_Close
Jobcentre Plus Stock Footage 2

Jobcentre Plus Stock Footage 2

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  • Updated: 30 Dec 2014
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devvo

devvo

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  • Updated: 25 Apr 2008
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10 min devvo job centre
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Colin - Sunderland Call Centre - Barclays Jobs

Colin - Sunderland Call Centre - Barclays Jobs

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  • Updated: 29 Mar 2012
  • views: 4255
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Find out about Colin's job at Barclays, as a team leader in telephony at Barclays Sunderland Call Centre http://www.jobs.barclays.co.uk/meet-our-people/#colin-pickard. He'll tell you more about his career there.
https://wn.com/Colin_Sunderland_Call_Centre_Barclays_Jobs
Pauline McNeill Castlemilk Jobcentre 27 Jan 2017

Pauline McNeill Castlemilk Jobcentre 27 Jan 2017

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  • Updated: 01 Feb 2017
  • views: 174
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https://wn.com/Pauline_Mcneill_Castlemilk_Jobcentre_27_Jan_2017
Let's take the Jobcentre to the Brighton Fringe Festival

Let's take the Jobcentre to the Brighton Fringe Festival

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  • Updated: 22 Feb 2017
  • views: 202
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https://wn.com/Let's_Take_The_Jobcentre_To_The_Brighton_Fringe_Festival
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