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TOPIC: Pathway to Work interview

Pathway to Work interview 7 years 9 months ago #34137

  • lulusmf Smith
I am looking for help and advice please.

Having 'passed' my ATOS assessment I have been placed in the WRAG and have my first Pathway interview this coming Monday. I have appealed the decision to be in the WRAG as I strongly believe I should be in the support group. I understand I have to attend this interview - can anyone give me any tips and shed light on what is likely to happen please.

I was medically retired by DWP at the end of July,I have written evidence from my two previous employers BT and the Met Police that if still in service they would retire me on ill health grounds, Harley Street written medical evidence as well as hospital consultants and specialists etc...yet I am in the WRAG.

Will they tie a lollipop to the back of my wheelchair and make me a school crossing patrol person?!

My thanks in advance for your comments.

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Re: Pathway to Work interview 7 years 9 months ago #34142

  • Survivor
We've got a guide to this on here. Follow this link. www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/help-for-claimants/work

As for being a school crossing patrol person, I doubt if it'll be anything that interesting. They may suggest training to become a door-stop. :D

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Re: Pathway to Work interview 7 years 9 months ago #34143

Survivor wrote:

We've got a guide to this on here. Follow this link. www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/help-for-claimants/work

As for being a school crossing patrol person, I doubt if it'll be anything that interesting. They may suggest training to become a door-stop. :D


The guide is entitled "Knowing your rights at Pathways to Work Interviews".

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