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TOPIC: UC Notes on work related requirements

UC Notes on work related requirements 01 Jun 2018 09:19 #8263

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I thought this list might be interesting for those wondering which UC group they are in and reading down this list, looking at examples of `requirements` relating to Universal Credit and what the Secretary of State expects.....

assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/702975/admj3.pdf

The following snip is an example for those who DON`T have Limited Capability for Work (claiming ESA - Employment Support Allowance) but still have a health condition that limits their capacity to work for certain hours per week under UC. I thought it important to point this out because many people may not realise that they can place a limit on the hours of work, or the jobs they can do if they are not physically OR mentally (or a combination of both) to comply with the 35 hour criteria.

See snip below from the above link:

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Providing solid medical evidence of your health problems will demand these are applied to any Claimant Commitment. Just saying you have X or Y won`t be enough. So please look at your own circumstances and look to see if there are any problems you have that could be discussed with your work coach.
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UC Notes on work related requirements 01 Jun 2018 17:52 #8284

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Just to add, if any members reading the above information put these limitations into practice by providing medical evidence to their coach and manage to negotiate some changes to their agreements, please post here to let other members and visitors read how you went about that and the outcome. Thankyou.
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