From 2012: Another Workfare Company Guilty of Fraud

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I’ve posted up several pieces recently on fraud by the welfare-to-work companies, and the way the system is actually designed so that it is highly vulnerable to such crime. The National Audit Office was well aware that the system would almost certainly fail, and suggested ways in which it needed to be bailed out. An article from a previous issue of Private Eye that I posted up yesterday stated that five workfare companies had been reported to the police for fraud. The charges, however, were eventually dropped, either through sufficient evidence to secure a conviction, or because it was deemed ‘not in the public interest’. Private Eye in their issue for the 13th – 26th July 2012 published this article about fraud by yet another workfare company, the Real-Time Training Group.

Workfare
The Real Steal

Yet another company has been using the government’s lucrative skills, training and workfare contracts as…

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