Government drops Action Plan for Jobs

The policy was introduced in 2012 with the aim of putting pressure on government departments to implement new policies to get 100,000 people back in jobs

11th November, 2018

The government has privately told unions and employers that it is going to drop its longstanding Action Plan for Jobs.

The policy was introduced in 2012 with the aim of putting pressure on government departments to implement new policies to get 100,000 people back in jobs.

That target was achieved, but the government is now going to replace the Action Plan for Jobs with a new plan called Future Jobs.

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