§ Mr. Richard Wainwright
asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many persons in the Kirklees area and the Oldham area (a) have been given temporary employment subsidy since its
Temporary Employment Subsidy: TES Temporary Short-Time Working Compensation Scheme: TSTWC Numbers currently supported Job Release Scheme: JRS Numbers supported since its inception Potentially redundant jobs Workers on Short time Numbers supported since its inception Kirklees … … 7,597 2,442 6,345 1,319 Oldham … … 7,968 659 1,429 1,193
JANUARY 1979 At Employment Offices At Careers Offices 260 91 JANUARY 1980 At Employment Offices At Careers Offices 188 56
§ Mr. Nicholas Winterton
asked the Secretary of State for Employment what were the number of job vacancies notified to jobcentres in each region in January compared with the figures for January 1979.
§ Mr. Jim Lester
The following table gives the numbers of notified vacancies remaining unfilled at employment offices and careers offices in each region at the dates specified. Vacancies notified to employment offices are estimated to be about one-third of all vacancies in the country as a whole. Because of possible duplication the figures for employment offices and careers offices should not be added together.
inception, (b) are receiving support from the temporary short-time working scheme and (c) are taking advantage of the job retirement scheme since its inception.