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Worried
you might
be sent on a
placement
or scheme?
Get the facts
here first:
we want to
help you! There are currently
five different workfare
schemes in the UK. They are:

The Work Programme
The government’s biggest scheme, which
replaced Flexible New Deal in 2011. Claimants
are sent to private companies who can organise
mandatory unpaid work placements for as long
as six months. Refusal means loss of benefits.
Mandatory Work Activity
Jobcentres force claimants to work up to
30 hours a week for a maximum four weeks
without pay. Refusal means loss of benefits.
Community Action Programme
Being trialed regionally and due to go national
in 2013. Like the Work Programme but focused
on community service work it is replacing some
of the public sector jobs being cut by councils.
Refusal means loss of benefits.

Work Experience
What the government want you to think the
term ‘workfare’ means, and the least offensive
of the workfare schemes. Described as voluntary work experience for 18-24 year olds
organised through the Jobcentre. Is it really
voluntary? There are countless reports of lies
and intimidation to get young jobseekers to
participate, and after one week the scheme
becomes enforced. Recently, to save face, the
government, have stressed that it is voluntary
and claim that sanctions would no longer be
used against people who refuse to participate.
Sector-based Work Academies
A training element alongside an unpaid work
placement; available through the Jobcentre via
business and training providers (e.g. the
corrupt A4e). Like work experience, the scheme
is supposed to be voluntary, but once a claimant
accepts a place the scheme becomes enforced and leaving it may result in loss of benefits.

Want some help/advice in getting out of the schemes?
Already been on a scheme, and want to tell the world
what it was really like? Contact us!
Solidarity Federation is a non-hierarchical organisation that
seeks to build a future without capitalism and exploitation.
We believe that supporting each other in our day to day
struggles is one way we can take back control of our own
lives, and in doing so, lay the foundations of a better world.
solfed.org.uk | southlondonsf@solfed.org.uk | @slsolfed | 07514 468069

Worried
you might
be sent on a
placement
or scheme?
Get the facts
here first:
we want to
help you! There are currently
five different workfare
schemes in the UK. They are:

The Work Programme
The government’s biggest scheme, which
replaced Flexible New Deal in 2011. Claimants
are sent to private companies who can organise
mandatory unpaid work placements for as long
as six months. Refusal means loss of benefits.
Mandatory Work Activity
Jobcentres force claimants to work up to
30 hours a week for a maximum four weeks
without pay. Refusal means loss of benefits.
Community Action Programme
Being trialed regionally and due to go national
in 2013. Like the Work Programme but focused
on community service work it is replacing some
of the public sector jobs being cut by councils.
Refusal means loss of benefits.

Work Experience
What the government want you to think the
term ‘workfare’ means, and the least offensive
of the workfare schemes. Described as voluntary work experience for 18-24 year olds
organised through the Jobcentre. Is it really
voluntary? There are countless reports of lies
and intimidation to get young jobseekers to
participate, and after one week the scheme
becomes enforced. Recently, to save face, the
government, have stressed that it is voluntary
and claim that sanctions would no longer be
used against people who refuse to participate.
Sector-based Work Academies
A training element alongside an unpaid work
placement; available through the Jobcentre via
business and training providers (e.g. the
corrupt A4e). Like work experience, the scheme
is supposed to be voluntary, but once a claimant
accepts a place the scheme becomes enforced and leaving it may result in loss of benefits.

Want some help/advice in getting out of the schemes?
Already been on a scheme, and want to tell the world
what it was really like? Contact us!
Solidarity Federation is a non-hierarchical organisation that
seeks to build a future without capitalism and exploitation.
We believe that supporting each other in our day to day
struggles is one way we can take back control of our own
lives, and in doing so, lay the foundations of a better world.
solfed.org.uk | southlondonsf@solfed.org.uk | @slsolfed | 07514 468069


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