DWP Frequently Asked Questions (faqs)
Jobcentre Plus (faqs) DWP Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to the Jobcentre Plus Offices Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)! Here you will find answers to some of the most common questions related to benefits, job search, employment support, and more. Whether you're a jobseeker, an employer, or simply looking for information about the services provided by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), We are here to help. If you have a question that isn't answered here, feel free to ask and we'll do our best to assist you.
These are just some of the frequently asked questions that some of our users have asked about the Department for Work and Pensions Jobcentre plus and the services provided by them. If you need to contact your local Jobcentre Plus office all the information you need is all here on one website. At your local Jobcentre Plus, they can deal with all your claims for Universal Credit, Jobseeker's Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Employment, and Support Allowance and Income Support. as well as provide help with your job search.
You can find details to contact your nearest local Jobcentre by telephone or if you need to visit your nearest local Jobcentre Plus you can find directions using the map provided. You can also find links to contact a local JCP if you need to cancel or change an appointment you have. Also, general faq's about the services jobcentre plus offers to job seekers and employers alike.
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a government benefit in the United Kingdom that helps people with disabilities or long-term health conditions. If you are eligible, PIP can provide you with financial support to help you with the extra costs associated with your condition.
Learn about the Warm Home Discount Scheme and see if you qualify for a £140 discount on your electricity bill for winter 2017 to 2018. The scheme is aimed at helping those who are struggling to pay their energy bills, particularly during the colder months.
Routine Jobcentre appointments have been postponed until further notice
As of 16 March all routine appointments at local Jobs & Benefits offices have been postponed. Those due to sign-on will be excused from signing.
Discover the best way to claim bereavement benefits and get in touch with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) by calling the Bereavement Service helpline. To ensure a smooth process, we recommend submitting a written request to the DWP as well.
Jobcentre Plus is a government-funded employment agency in the United Kingdom that provides a range of services to job seekers and employers. One of the services it offers to employers is assistance with recruitment.
If you are unable to complete your claim online then you may also claim 'New Style' Jobseeker's Allowance by contacting the DWP freephone contact number 0800 055 6688 to discuss Jobs & Benefits, job vacancies or to make a new Universal Credit claim.
The Universal Credit benefit system is a payment to help with your living costs. It’s paid monthly or twice a month for some people in Scotland. You may be able to get it if you’re on a low income or out of work.
Child Benefit is a welfare payment to help parents and families with the cost of raising children. It can be difficult to find out whether you’re eligible, how much you can claim, and what to do if things don’t go to plan.
Jobcentre Plus Christmas New Year Opening Times
Find out the Jobcentre Plus opening times for the Jobcentre Plus near you over Christmas and New Year. The opening times for Jobcentre offices and phone lines will be effected between 24th December and 4th January
If you have been affected by coronavirus (covid19) or its effect on the economy, there is a wide range of Coronavirus benefits support available through the Jobcentre Coronavirus Employment and benefits support.