This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Commitments by Jobcentre Plus and local authorities to establish a new network of 150 Troubled Families Employment Advisers.
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The Department for Work & Pensions and the Department for Communities and Local Government have agreed a package to boost the employment prospects of troubled families.
The 3 parts of this package are:
- a new ‘delivery agreement’ between Jobcentre Plus and local authorities to give intensive employment support to whole families
- a new network of 150 Troubled Families Employment Advisers in the 94 local authorities with the highest numbers of troubled families
- better data sharing between Jobcentre Plus and local authorities so that advisers know which troubled families need employment help and can track their progress and address their needs more effectively