Research and analysis

Evaluation of the Six Month Offer: A report on quantitative research findings (RR699)

This research explored the implementation and delivery of the four strands of the Six Month Offer (6M0).

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Evaluation of the Six Month Offer: A report on quantitative research findings (RR699): report

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Evaluation of the Six Month Offer: A report on quantitative research findings (RR699): summary

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Evaluation of the Six Month Offer: A report on quantitative research findings (RR699): technical appendix

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By Lorna Adams, Katie Oldfield, Laura Godwin and Charlie Taylor

This research explored the implementation and delivery of the four strands of the Six Month Offer (6M0). A survey was undertaken across Great Britain, in March/April 2010, nearly a year after implementation in April 2009, to help understand the impact of these measures on Jobcentre Plus customers. Further information was added from Jobcentre Plus customers who were surveyed about 6MO as part of a Jobseekers Regime Flexible New Deal (JRFND) survey in late 2009.

This is the second in a series of Support for Newly Unemployed (SNU) and 6MO research reports aiming to establish the extent to which SNU and 6MO lead to additional customer employment outcomes.