Jobs brokers 'should be paid'

Jobs brokers should be paid after they get jobless people into sustained work for two years, rather than the current targets of 13 and then 26 weeks, Mark Lovell, executive director of welfare-to-work company A4e, told the Labour Party conference. He said reform was needed to reduce the numbers moving in and out of work.

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