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Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) procedural guidance
This guidance is for JSA processors and other JSA staff. It provides end-to-end guidance on processing JSA claims. This guide is a large document consisting of a number of chapters. When requesting a copy of this, please tell us which chapters you are interested in.
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Labour market conditions guide
This guidance is for JSA staff and labour market decision makers on the labour market conditions for JSA and how to refer these. This guide is a large document consisting of a number of chapters. When requesting a copy of this, please tell us which chapters you are interested in.
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Jobseeker’s Allowance and Decision Making Appeals Team
Labour Market Team