‘Gruff but goodhearted, Daniel Blake (Dave Johns) is a man out of time: a widowed woodworker who’s never owned a computer, he lives according to his own common sense moral code. But after a heart attack leaves him unable to work and the state welfare system fails him, the stubbornly self-reliant Daniel must stand up and fight for his dignity, leading a one-man crusade for compassion that will transform the lives of a struggling single mother (Hayley Squires) and her two children. Graced with humor and heart, I, Daniel Blake is a moving, much-needed reminder of the power of empathy from one of the world’s greatest living filmmakers’ (rotten tomatoes film reviewers) link rotten tomatoes
Seetec/Job Path, the new privatized Social Welfare body in Ireland since 2016, is a U.K. Social Welfare facilitating company which was founded in 1984. The organisation and employees in Seetec, from my research studies, follow a rewards/commissioned based system where a bonus is paid when unemployed people are registered with the Company and another reward/bonus is applied if the P.A. (personal assistant) is successful in finding employment for their assigned unemployed clients (subjects springs to my mind?). To date having googled Dail Debates, newspapers articles and a variety of forums, as well as speaking with someone who has been put through the system I can find nothing positive about this agency but it is open for objection discussion here.