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Fit for Work: a green map

Just a quick post to alert our followers to the fact that the new Fit for Work service is – according to the rollout map – now available in all geographical areas of England and Wales.

That said, and as per Jelf’s previous post on this topic, the service can only currently be accessed via the family GP, with direct employer referrals still over the horizon. This does, however, indicate that Fit for Work is now becoming a reality for most, and this is certainly something that employers should seek to understand and embrace moving forward.

We will add more commentary to this topic in the autumn.

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