Snouts in the trough, just another busy day at the offices of a welfare to work provider.
The way the welfare to work industry scam works is simple. The real profit in lucrative government contracts to ‘help’ people back into work is not made supporting the most marginalised benefit claimants or providing quality training. The money comes from finding those who would have got jobs anyway and then claiming huge job outcome fees when they secure employment.
Sometimes the welfare to work company doesn’t have to do anything at all. Leaked documents from the fraud ridden A4e even instructed their staff on how to claim job outcome payments when someone referred to the Work Programme found work themselves before they had even started on the scheme. A4e in this case would have done nothing at all other than persuading someone to sign a piece of paper to say they had…
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