- n. Plural form of Jobcentre.
“Workers will be promised the right to take over public sector services such as Jobcentres and nursing teams and turn them into a co-operative and a new programme will be created to help entrepreneurs turn their ideas into reality.”
“Mark Serwotka, general secretary of the Public and Commercial Services union, said: "We have already seen parts of the Civil Service cut to the bone, which has affected service delivery and hampered the government's response to the recession in areas such as Jobcentres and welfare.”
“Such a waste in a case like this, when many hours of harmless family televisual entertainment (and/or a very popular website) could be had from little cameras covering the Jobcentres patronised by our erstwhile ‘leaders’.”
“Jobcentres and employers urged to value volunteering with a day off”
“You would expect that during these sunny times, the number of long-term unemployed people would have fallen, as those who had not had jobs for years got up from their sofas and went out to the Jobcentres to try to find work.”
“Trying to get some of the nearly 6 million benefit claimants into any available jobs should be the foremost priority for Jobcentres over the next few years.”
“Will you promise not to close any more Jobcentres during the recession?”
“Making Jobcentres Plus services more accessible will give parents a further helping hand to achieve this goal.”
“Up to 80,000 staff at Jobcentres, benefits offices, the Pension Service and the Child Support Agency were due to take part, the Public and Commercial Services Union said.”
“Llandudno is one of only nine areas in Britain in which the company is recruiting through Jobcentres.”
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