these this New Deal get out clause work ?


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Pritesh

Someone claim you can avoid going on to the New Deal if you sign off
when you on the verge of going to the New Deal & then make a new claim
after few days so you won't be classed as unemployed for 6 months.
These this work? It looks to obvious to work.
 
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Donald McCaskey

Pritesh said:
Someone claim you can avoid going on to the New Deal if you sign off
when you on the verge of going to the New Deal & then make a new claim
after few days so you won't be classed as unemployed for 6 months.
These this work? It looks to obvious to work.
No - you would need to break your claim altogether. AFAIK, this would mean
you'd need wait 12 weeks between claims.

Don
 
M

Martin Davies

Donald McCaskey said:
No - you would need to break your claim altogether. AFAIK, this would mean
you'd need wait 12 weeks between claims.

Don
I suppose one way to do it would be to get a temp job for 12 weeks or more
and then claim when job finishes?

Martin <><
 
P

Pritesh

Donald said:
No - you would need to break your claim altogether. AFAIK, this would mean
you'd need wait 12 weeks between claims.
If someone lasted their job less than 12 weeks they can't claim any
benefits till 12 weeks after they last signed off. Seems a bit harsh to
me.
 
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Donald McCaskey

Pritesh said:
If someone lasted their job less than 12 weeks they can't claim any
benefits till 12 weeks after they last signed off. Seems a bit harsh to
me.
That's not the case, they can claim JSA from the day after the job ended.
If, however, they claimed within 12 weeks of their last claim to JSA ending,
their new claim would be treated as linking to the previous claim. Things
like waiting days, cum tots, RITY's used, etc. would be carried into the new
claim from the previous one.

Don
 
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Pritesh

That's what I thought as well. So they still would be on the verge of
going on to the New Deal. What's waiting days, cum tots & RITY's ? Do
you work for the Social security ?
 
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