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The risk of PR disaster could discourage big employees from taking part in back-to-work initiatives in future

Last week the Right to Work campaign scored a big victory. The protest group, whose avowed mission is to “stop the cuts, defend public services and the welfare state, and fight for every job,” forced Tesco to modify their involvement in the government’s work experience scheme. While the group may be satisfied, there is a real danger that their actions may prove more damaging to the prospects of the unemployed people…

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