More accessible housing, easier commuting and better job prospects are set to become reality for millions of disabled people in the UK through actions set out in the government’s National Disability Strategy.
- Union body publishes regional and constituency impact on working families of slashing universal credit
- Most families hit by £1040 pa cut are in work, say anti-poverty campaigners
- Many of those affected by cut will be key workers, warns TUC
- Cutting universal…
Government plans to cut Universal Credit by £20-a-week in October will impose the biggest overnight cut to the basic rate of social security since the foundation of the modern welfare state, according to analysis by the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF).
Invitation to take part in a research study for frontline employment support advisers and officers looking at how levels of work engagement impact employee’s approaches to carrying out their work, and in turn impact on motivation. Responses are encouraged by 29 July.