Access to Work Programme:Written question - 212121

Asked by Kate Green
(Stretford and Urmston)
Asked on: 27 October 2014
Department for Work and Pensions
Access to Work Programme
To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, how many people whose primary medical condition was classified as difficulty in hearing sought reconsideration of their case from (a) a regional Access to Work manager, (b) a senior operational manager, (c) a national AtW delivery manager, (d) a customer services director responsible for AtW and (e) an independent case examiner in each of the last five years for which figures are available.
Answered by: Mr Mark Harper
Answered on: 03 November 2014

This data was not historically recorded and we are therefore unable to provide the information that you have requested. The Access to Work reconsideration process has now changed but guidance is yet to be updated. We no longer have 5 stages of reconsideration.

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