Dear Department for Work and Pensions,
The Jobseekers required to use Universal Jobmatch (UJM)Press Release of today mentions having to "use" this Jobmatch site. http://www.dwp.gov.uk/newsroom/press-rel...
Please let me have asap copies of information that no Jobseekers Allowance (JA) mandated to use UJM will be required to >
*1* Create a Government Gateway (GG)account?
*2* Create a UJM account?
*3* Create a UJM profile?
*4* Upload their CV to Jobmatch?
*5* Give DWP access to any GG or UJM account?
*6* Use UJM as the only way to provide Jobsearch evidence for JSA entitlement conditionality?
How does the Jobcentre know>
*7* If a JSA claimant has registered on UJM?
*8* A JSA claimant has applied for a job only on UJM, if they have not given access?
Does a mandatory UJM JSA claimant have to:
*9* Apply for a job that is only on UJM and not externally?
*10* Register with every recruitment agency offering a suitable UJM advertised job?
What happens if advisers require use of UJM but the JSA claimant does not accept
*11* Cookies, for user tracking (original or third party)
*12* Java Script, for user tracking
*13* Web bugs/beacons (invisible user tracking images)
*14* Flash cookies, also known as "Local Shared Objects", for user tracking
when they use websites?
*15* Does being required to use UJM, only mean being required to anonymously search for jobs on it and not register an account?
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