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Zero hour contracts

Zero-hours contracts. In this blog we look at some of the practical considerations and potential pitfalls of using these types of contracts.

2020-01-14T14:24:12+00:00

A zero-hours contract is a type of contract used by employers under which a worker or employee has no set hours of work. There is no obligation on the employer to guarantee any hours of work and the employee is paid only for the work that is done. The House of Commons Briefing Paper (published [...]

Zero-hours contracts. In this blog we look at some of the practical considerations and potential pitfalls of using these types of contracts.2020-01-14T14:24:12+00:00

Zero hour contracts have changed – is your business up-to-date?

2019-07-04T13:09:15+01:00

The Exclusivity Terms in Zero Hour Contracts (Redress) Regulations 2015 came into force today. It provides employees and workers under a zero hour contract with some important additional employment rights, as follows: Any dismissal of a zero hour contract employee will be automatically unfair, if the principal reason is that employee breached a contractual provision restricting them from working for another employer. [...]

Zero hour contracts have changed – is your business up-to-date?2019-07-04T13:09:15+01:00
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