But the businesses still rake in millions of pounds of taxpayers’ cash every year
The appalling record of Wales’ work programme contractors can today be laid bare by figures that show they got fewer than one in 10 people a job.
Rehab Jobfit, which covers Wales and south west England, found work for just 3,460 job seekers out of 39,060 referred to them.
The nation’s other provider, Working Links, helped just 3,930 people out of 39,620 referrals.
As the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) Union slammed the findings the companies were stood accused of being paid for failure.
“The problem with the work programme is the way it is set up,” a PCS spokesman said. “A lot of untested companies like this are able to get these referrals from Job Centres to deal with people that need expert help, advice, and support to get back into work. They are not…
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