Help for those going it alone in the personalisation era

Vaux, Gary
August 2009
Community Care;8/27/2009, Issue 1784, p33
The article offers information about the self-employment credit established by the British government, which is a six-month offer package intended for the unemployed people in the area. It mentions that the package offers support for self-employment, work-focused training and recruitment subsidy options. It relates that among the conditions needed by the person to avail for the package include not claiming jobseeker's allowance and registering with Revenue and Customs as self-employed.


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