An agreement that requires the reduction in hours worked by junior doctors.
a key part of the Government's Welfare to Work strategy. It has been created to help unemployed people into work by closing the gap between the skills employers want and the skills people can offer.
Scheme that aims to move the long-term unemployed benefits claimants into the job market through training, work placements and subsidised employment.
Government scheme run by the Job Centre to help unemployed people aged 18+ to obtain employment.
is part of the government's 'welfare to work strategy'. It is aimed at job seekers aged 18-24, 25 plus and adults with disabilities. It gives them the chance to gain skills and experience and find work through a variety of training options.
and Building on the New Deal: local solutions meeting individual needs: The New Deal programme offers counselling and guidance to UK job seekers, provision of education and training to the unskilled, and provision of work experience. The programme was adapted in April 2004 to make it more suitable to Homeless people. Building on the New Deal (June 2004) outlined plans for a national strategy for the most disadvantaged.
is a part of the Government's Welfare to Work strategy. Its aim is to help unemployed people into work. It tries to close the gap between the skills employers want and the skills people can offer.
a package of measures designed to improve the conditions under which junior doctors work. A limit on junior doctors working hours is one of the key features.
A government initiative aimed at bringing young people and the longer term unemployed into work by subsidising employees' wages and training for a period of 6 months.
The New Deal is a programme of active labour market policies introduced in the United Kingdom by the Labour government in 1998. The purpose is to reduce unemployment by providing training, subsidised employment, and voluntary work to the unemployed. Spending on the New Deal was Â£1.3 billion in 2001.