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This report presents findings from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) employer experience survey 2018 carried out between February and July 2018.
This research explores the experiences of self-employment for individuals with disabilities and health conditions and the types of support wanted in this area.
Research exploring customers’ responses to an example migration journey, testing their reactions and understanding, and their perception of how smooth the journey might be.
Research to evaluate the experiences of customers who had stopped getting tax credits and had moved to Universal Credit after a change in their circumstances.
This research aimed to inform the design of communications to discourage benefit fraud and other non-compliant claimant behaviour.
This report presents findings from 2 waves of tracking research with recent Universal Credit full service claimants.
Findings from pilots to support Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) work-related activity group claimants with 18 to 24 month re-referral periods.
A Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) report on the draft Universal Credit (Managed Migration) Regulations 2018, and the government’s response.
These documents present the findings from the evaluation of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) in-work progression trial.
Mixed-methods research exploring saving behaviours of the population eligible for Help to Save, and how to encourage them to open the account and regularly save.
This report presents findings from a randomised control trial of weekly work search reviews for Jobseeker's Allowance (JSA) claimants.
This document sets out how the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will examine evidence for how Universal Credit is working in the labour market.
This report presents findings from a telephone survey of Universal Credit full service claimants.
Historic and forecast benefit expenditure and caseload data for people receiving benefits.
This research presents findings on preparations for Universal Credit managed migration and the effects of reducing the Housing Benefit (HB) backdating period.
This report examines how working claimants can be supported into more or better paid work.
This is a summary of the Social Security Advisory Committee’s scrutiny of Universal Credit regulations and the government’s response to its recommendations.
The January 2018 version of the Office for Budget Responsibility's Welfare trends report focuses on universal credit (UC)
A report on Universal Credit regulations related to the transition to Universal Credit housing payments, and the government’s response.
A report on Universal Credit regulations related to suplus earnings, and the government’s response.
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