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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To apply for the said benefit, Benavidez said applicants must first get the required certification from the DOLE.
The work of the DOLE interns focuses mainly on the identification of the child laborers, the provincial DOLE chief added.
The program or course that the college graduates completed may have also influenced the chance of finding employment, according to the DOLE. Almost half of the unemployed are young adults or those belonging to the 15-24-year-old age bracket.
"One of the top-performing new products in Dole's consumer taste tests, the DOLE Chopped Caesar Salad Kit redefines a family favorite into a crave-able chopped salad that delivers layers of Caesar flavor and crunch in every bite."
It will develop new products and businesses using the Dole brand and will expand sale of existing products of Dole through the Itochu distribution network, the buyer has explained.Country: Asia, USASector: Food/Beverages/TobaccoTarget: Dole's packaged foods business, Dole's Asia fresh produce businessBuyer: Itochu Corporation Vendor: Dole Food Company IncDeal size in USD: 1.7bnType: DivestmentStatus: Closed
"We want to raise the profile of Dole's Corporate Responsibility policies and assure consumers and customers that they can trust the DOLE brand name.
The first national brand to enter the category, Dole plans to market the line with a compelling nutrition message courtesy of the Dole Nutrition Institute, the company's research and education arm.
The Dole's very rarely campaigned together, because Elizabeth Dole stirred considerable attention on her own.
As this episode suggests, Huguette's haunting never alienated her from the Dole community and her female networks.
"I actually thought that she may have been the Dole who should have been on the ticket in 1996," says Robertson.
Brian Bond, who worked for the Democratic National Committee during the campaign, says the Dole campaign was forced to fend off repeated press inquiries about the seeming contradiction between employing gay staffers and refusing to accept a donation from Log Cabin Republicans-- a situation the Democrats watched with glee.