jobseeker's allowance

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jobseeker's allowance

in welfare a benefit paid to persons who are capable of working, are available for work and are actively seeking work, providing they are under 65 (for men) or under 60 (for women) and are not already working or working on average less than 16 hours a week.
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An increase of 15,500 people on jobseeker benefits under the Labour-led Government shows that they are not motivated to help New Zealanders into work, Nationals Social Development spokesperson Louise Upston says.
With the law, Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said first-time jobseekers no longer have to be burdened by the high cost of fees when getting pre-employment requirements such as police and barangay clearance, and NBI certificate to mention a few.
Duterte signed Republic Act 11261 or the First Time Jobseekers Assistance Act last April 10.
Jobseekers don't have to upload documents like medical certificate, as it will be 'tagged' onto the CV through digitalisation.
qualification less than the General Education Diploma, 311 jobseekers
Today jobseekers of all ages want a fast and efficient method of finding the jobs available in the city in which they live.
1629 also known as the 'First-time Jobseekers Assistance Act.' No senators abstained or voted against it.
Various assistance programs including youth allowances, support for direct and indirect expenses related to searching for jobs, and job consulting programs have already been introduced, but few provide substantive help, according to jobseekers.
The Jobcentre Plus Travel Discount Card, an initiative supported by the Rail Delivery Group on behalf of Britain's train companies, is available to jobseekers who have been out of work for 12 weeks or longer.
According to Bayt.com's 2017 'Ideal Workplace in the Middle East and North Africa' survey, 'good ethics and practices' and 'friendly company culture' are the top two qualities that attract jobseekers to a company.
83 percentage points year-on-year, based on data from the Central Office of Labour, Social Affairs and Family (UPSVaR).The number of jobseekers immediately able to start working was 162,087 in November, a decrease of 5,191 individuals m-o-m and 76,293 y-o-y, the TASR newswire reported.
Annoyingly, the ministers who have introduced these draconian measures are all away on their holidays and do not return until January 8, by which time their department will likely be overjoyed they have sanctioned another few thousand jobseekers for failing to chase up jobs on Christmas Day.