JobCentre ‘scorecard’ shows how areas are performing on stopping benefits!
Detailed table emerges after ministers continue to deny existence of targets for sanctioning claimants over jobseeking efforts.
Operational Planning and Performance Management Division
Page 1: JSA Decision Making & Appeals
DWP Exposed: The documents they didn’t want you to see JSA Decision Making & Appeals
Page 2: Jobseeker Conditionality – Actively Seeking Employment
DWP Exposed: The documents they didn’t want you to see Jobseeker Conditionality – Actively Seeking Employment
Page 3: Jobseeker Conditionality – Availability
DWP Exposed: The documents they didn’t want you to see
Page 4: Jobseeker Conditionality – Refusal of Employment
Page 5: Jobseeker Conditionality – Jobseeker Directions
Page 6: More Frequent Attendance
Page 7: ESA Decision Making and Appeals
Page 8: Work Programme – JSA ‘Customers’
Page 9: Work Programme – ESA ‘Customers’
Page 10: Forced Work Activity
Page 11: Skills Conditionality – JSA ‘Customers’
Page 12: Skills Conditionality – ESA ‘Customers’
Page 13: sector-based work academies – JSA ‘Customers’
Page 14: sector-based work academies – ESA ‘Customers’
After some digging we managed to find out the above document had since been replaced with this version which does not split the figures by jobcentre region. It is titled National MI Trend and was provided to us by the DWP after an internal review to FOI2021/49750 on 13th September 2021.