Work Programme: early signs of progress?

Since its launch in June 2011 the Work Programme has hit the headlines for all kinds of reasons, many of which have been the wrong ones. But is it actually working?

We’ve been crunching the latest figures to get a better insight into the government’s biggest welfare to work initiative, with some very interesting results.

Have a look at our article in New Start magazine to see what the numbers suggest:

Official stats on outcomes won’t be released until autumn, but we’ll certainly be having another look then to see how many people are finding sustainable work through the programme. So, watch this space…

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