Welfare offices to be ranked in new league table
The system was supposed to have been implemented two years ago, but has been held up due to the implementation of a new activation and case management system for helping unemployed people
All welfare offices around the country are to be ranked on their success in getting people back to work as part of a new ‘league table’ system.
The proposal to publish the performance of the country’s 44 Intreo offices would reveal the best performers in tackling unemployment – and those who need to improve.
The system was supposed to have been implemented two years ago, but has been held up due to...
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