Jobclub


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Jobclub

a group of unemployed people organized through a Jobcentre, which meets every day and is given advice on job seeking to increase its members' chances of finding employment
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However, increased outflow rates would also include successful outcomes from short-duration programs like JobClub and JobTrain.
Did he achieve this after a visit to the Jobclub? No.
The most common methods of seeking applicants were: by contacting the CS (36.3 per cent) and by using the Employment Service (ES), Unemployment Benefit Office (UBO) or Jobclub (25.3 per cent).
Lucy Miller arranged for access to their Jobclub which allowed him to use their telephone and postage, and read their recruitment newspapers.
Graham joined his local Jobclub in 1987 and has been on their books longer than anyone else.
Programme Centres, or Jobsearch Centres, have been set up to replace traditional fixed-length Employment Service programmes like Jobclubs, Restart and Jobsearch seminars.