Work Choice official statistics: data for 25th October 2010 - 24th March 2017

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Great Britain. Department for Work and Pensions
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24 May 2017
Poverty Alleviation Welfare Benefits and Financial Inclusion, Employment
Social welfare
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Work Choice is an employment programme tailored to meet individual need. It focuses on helping individuals to achieve their full potential and move towards being more independent. Work Choice also ensures employers get the support they need to employ more disabled people.

The statistics in this document contain figures on referrals, starts, and job outcomes for all Work Choice providers excluding Remploy, from 25th October 2010 up to and including 24th March 2017.

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