Official Statistics

Audio recorded face-to-face WCAs: Dec 2012 to Feb 2014

Statistics on audio recorded face-to-face Work Capability Assessments (WCAs) by month from Dec 2012 to Feb 2014.

Documents

Data tables: Statistics for audio recorded face-to-face WCAs: December 2012 to February 2014

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Details

People who claim Employment and Support Allowance must go to a Work Capability Assessment (WCA) to see to what extent their illness or disability affects their ability to work.

Anyone attending a WCA can request that it be audio recorded.

These statistics include the number of audio recorded face-to-face WCAs that were:

  • requested
  • completed
  • cancelled

They also show the proportion of audio recorded face-to-face WCAs as a ratio of the total number of WCAs.

Published 8 January 2015