Leaked documents from the Department for Work and Pensions have shown that Universal Jobmatch is set to be scrapped – not only because it is full of fake and repeat job entries but also because it is too expensive.
But the government is bound to its contract for another two years and is unlikely to try to release itself until the agreement (with a company called, appropriately, Monster) comes up for renewal.
The plans have been revealed by The Guardian, after the documents were passed to the paper from an unnamed source.
It seems there was no mention of the adverts for illegal jobs such as sex work; perhaps the particular civil servants who wrote these reports don’t look at that kind of material on the internet!
The leak follows revelations that some job postings “enticed jobseekers to spend money needlessly – for example on fake criminal records checks –…
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