This was brought in on the 19th November. A Database where Jobcentre staff will be able to match claimants up to jobs and monitor all job seeking activity by spying on applications and covers letters. It is almost quite possibly unlawful for claimants to be forced to surrender their rights under the Data Protection Act by using benefit sanctions to blackmail people into signing up to the new scheme. The site before the update was more user friendly compared to having to register before you can apply for the job you're interested in. I believe they are linking together with Monster jobs which I have found to be quite useless in finding a job on. Also this site was hacked back in 2009, do the government think using this method is going to work?
It looks like another stumbling block brought in by the tory party.
What does everybody else think?