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Old 27-05-2018, 02:42 AM   #1
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Exclamation UK - Severely disabled people soon to be forced into work.

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Old 27-05-2018, 08:13 AM   #2
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I could work alongside them and have no problem but they shouldn't even be in the workplace if they feel they don't want to.
It's what sort of work is on offer. A lot of businesses would need to relocate to more Disabled friendlier buildings which will please contractors.
Those and even less choices on Websites and even worse IT systems.
And shutter pay. Years ago I would have been more outraged but now I'm more "Of course. You'd do something like that." and if opposition repealed they won't as it's all getting the shit onto stature books regardless.
There is such a thing as "Can't work" but not for much longer it seems.
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Old 27-05-2018, 09:21 AM   #3
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I assume they've been vetted and are able to do certain types of work?

If so, I don't see the problem with that, no one should get a free ride if they can chip in themselves, plus, many want to live as normal a life as possible and be treated the same.
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Old 27-05-2018, 01:40 PM   #4
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Green Paper and the ESA Support Group
Those deemed unable to undertake work or work-related activities
? 1.5 million out of the 2.4 million ESA recipients
Key role for Jobcentre work coaches
? greater discretion to engage them in work-related activity in a way
tailored to individual
Raises possibility of applying (the threat of) sanctions to this group
? as with other out-of-work benefit recipients
Incapacity and disability benefit policy © Institute for Fiscal Studies
Green Paper challenges
Support Group engagement would require much more resource
? SG 1.5m, compared to 0.4m on ESA WRAG and 0.5m on JSA
Can increased discretion be
? successfully tailored to multiple, complex & fluctuating conditions?
? consistent and fair?
Would sanctioning be appropriate for any of those currently deemed
unable to do work-related activities?
? might other mechanisms work better: for example presumption?
Incapacity and disability benefit policy © Institute for Fiscal Studies
Conclusions
Incapacity benefits
? spending forecast to reach its lowest level for nearly forty years
? increasingly go to those with low education, and less to older men
? mental & behavioural disorders the principal cause in half of ESA claims
Halving the disability employment gap unlikely to happen
? requires reducing non-employment among disabled by a third
? 54% of those disabled and not in paid work have low levels of education
Green Paper proposal for increased discretion for work coaches, and
greater engagement with the ESA Support Group, could help
? but would require significant resources and risky
? strong case for trialling and thoroughly evaluating different approaches
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Old 27-05-2018, 03:20 PM   #5
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More scare mongering?
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Old 27-05-2018, 07:24 PM   #6
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I assume they've been vetted and are able to do certain types of work?

If so, I don't see the problem with that, no one should get a free ride if they can chip in themselves, plus, many want to live as normal a life as possible and be treated the same.
Would it not be better to start with those who get the biggest free ride of all? Forcing the disabled into work will only put more presure on those who would otherwise have been able to work by making the disabled compete for the same job but at a lower salary.

From the pov of the system, a disabled person is closer to being a transhuman than a person currently free from technological smart crutches.
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Old 27-05-2018, 07:31 PM   #7
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Would it not be better to start with those who get the biggest free ride of all? Forcing the disabled into work will only put more presure on those who would otherwise have been able to work by making the disabled compete for the same job but at a lower salary.

From the pov of the system, a disabled person is closer to being a transhuman than a person currently free from technological smart crutches.
Are they allowed to pay the disabled less?
We weren't on about anyone else but yeah, they need it too.
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Old 27-05-2018, 08:26 PM   #8
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It all sounds agreeable on paper but in practice, given how badly the assesments are.
Given how poor IT systems are, and now you can't search for jobs as much on Universal Jobsmatch, it's been replaced by a directgov. website that advisors can keep more tabs on you than the abandoned Universal Jobsmatch.
The cuts means they haven't got the funding to implement it painlessly, without disruptions and this government is doing anything from getting out of its responsibilities of care.
Ready for the wolves as next they'll take away what's left.

If it proves a success I'll see my own arse! But going on previous. Increase in that low vibrational despair for some. But I hope we get diamonds from the pressure here and there.
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Old 01-06-2018, 12:36 PM   #9
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Neurodiversity: disabilities or neurological differences The idea behind Neurodiversity is that conditions such as autism should be seen not as disabilities, but as perfectly normal neurological differences between people.
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Old 04-06-2018, 03:03 PM   #10
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I know of disabled people who work. One can't walk and needs a wheelchair, and gets dropped off at work and picked up every day as her wheelchair won't fit on the bus.

Another is nearly blind and has to have a massive monitor to be able to do his job.

They both choose to work.

I also know of one scrote that milks the system by pretending to be disabled so he doesn't have to work. He got his mobility car taken off him as he got caught delivering fast food on the side. There's nothing wrong with him physically or mentally, he's just a lazy scrounger and proud of it.

It's not so black and white.
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I know of disabled people who work. One can't walk and needs a wheelchair, and gets dropped off at work and picked up every day as her wheelchair won't fit on the bus.

Another is nearly blind and has to have a massive monitor to be able to do his job.

They both choose to work.

I also know of one scrote that milks the system by pretending to be disabled so he doesn't have to work. He got his mobility car taken off him as he got caught delivering fast food on the side. There's nothing wrong with him physically or mentally, he's just a lazy scrounger and proud of it.

It's not so black and white.
This is the problem with the system they will always highlight those that rort as opposed to those that try and do the right thing.
Then when they bring in the proposed new rules the innocent will be affected and the bad ones will find another way to continue their ways.
I know of a similar scrounger in his 40's on disability he goes around scabbing through peoples hard rubbish and tidies the stuff up and sells it at the markets on weekends. He gets the dsp because he can't handle being around people.
Yet I know others who are being made to look for work despite multi medical issues. The system is unfair and always seems to benefit the wrong people.
The governments are in financial trouble because of mismanagement they stole the pension money of the people and never replaced it Now they cry that all these aging people are putting a great strain on the system. The younger generation are buying the lies that they have to pay for all these pensions etc. and are angry at the previous generation for putting strain on them and depriving them of their benefits
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There are also huge economic benefits to improving disability employment rates. More than half of disabled people are in work, but in order to realise the full potential of disabled people in Britain we want to go further and see one million more disabled people in work by 2027.
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