inwork

inwork

(ɪnˈwɜːk)
vb (tr)
to work or produce (a result) in
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Many people are working multiple jobs on minimum wages and suffering inwork poverty, with few opportunities of improving employment chances.
Options include combining elements of the current income-related benefits and Tax Credit systems, bringing out-of-work and inwork support together in a single system and supplementing monthly household earnings through credit payments reflecting circumstances such as children, housing and disability.
I do not know where this person lives, but it is obviously not Liverpool as our binmenwere back inwork on Monday December 29.
Two new payments - the Work Search Premium and InWork Credit - announced by the Government in the 2003 budget, provide financial support for unemployed lone parents while they are looking for work of over 16 hours per week.
There has also been a steady rise over the last five years in the numbers of children living in inwork poverty, clearly showing that even those families with jobs are suffering because of Government policies.
And it supported the idea of a "humane economy" and the Living Wage, noting the "burgeoning" of inwork poverty.
We are also currently consulting on our child poverty strategy, which specifically recognises the pressures caused by inwork poverty.
I don't have a retained jockey and Frankie rode him inwork on the racecourse lastweek.
Nearly all (90 per cent) of the 5,000 people going through the programme have stayed inwork longer than the Government's benchmark 13-week period.
Jobless benefit claims are at a 35-year low; what we need now is as much effort to eradicate inwork poverty as has been done to tackle unemployment.
Inwork poverty is a scandal which should not be blighting one of the world's richest nations.
And the Living Wage also cuts costs for the Treasury with less being spent on inwork benefits.