Published: Thursday 13 February 2014 | 2 Comments
Grouped under: For Professionals
If you’re having problems with Acces to Work decisions, these sample letters (taken from DeafATW.com) might save you time and know what to say:
1) Asking for a reconsideration (resource below)
2a) Making your first complaint to AtW (resource below)
2b) A covering letter to tell your MP about your complaint
3) Complaining to the Director General DWP 4) Complaining to ICE They are designed so that if you still need to complain to the PHSO after you’ve complained to ICE, you’ve asked AtW the right questions.
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Resource published previously at http://www.deafatw.com/-challenging-atw.html
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Please send me the sample letters to AtW
Please send me the sample letters to ATW. Thanks