Consultation outcome

Extending labour market interventions to in-work claimants

This consultation has concluded

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Extending labour market interventions to in-work claimants: summary of responses to call for ideas

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Detail of outcome

This publication provides a summary by themes of the ideas received in response to the call for ideas.

Original consultation

This consultation ran from 25 January 2013 12:00am to
25 March 2013 11:45pm

Summary

This call for ideas sought views on how to support people in work and getting Universal Credit to help them achieve financial independence.

Documents

Extending labour market interventions to in-work claimants: call for ideas

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Additional information to help inform pilot proposals

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Consultation description

This call for ideas sought views on how we can support people in work and in receipt of Universal Credit to help them:

  • increase their earnings
  • develop their skills and qualifications
  • achieve financial independence

It also sought views on how we could trial ideas that would support employers to promote training, development and progression opportunities for low paid employees who are claiming Universal Credit or tax credits, and have the potential to work more.

The call for ideas was aimed at employers, behavioural economists, social psychologists, think tanks, welfare to work providers, academics, charities, application designers and those providing existing services.

More information is available on some of the Universal Credit trials and pilots that are underway.

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