English version

workfare in Welfare topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworkfarework‧fare /ˈwɜːkfeə $ ˈwɜːrkfer/ noun [uncountable]  PEWa system in which unemployed people have to work before they are given money for food, rent etc by the government
Examples from the Corpus
workfareMr Lamont can forget about workfare or any other wheezes the Treasury may have dreamt up.Similarly, workfare might expose people to the stigma and frequent humiliations that are damaging to health.Whether workfare would provide other factors they identified is less certain.