Posts from September 2015

The term 'zero hours' is not defined in legislation, but is generally understood to be an employment contract between an employer and a worker, which means the employer is not obliged to provide the worker with any minimum working hours, and the worker is not obliged to accept any of the hours offered. 
It is important that both the employer and worker are aware of the fact that a zero hours contract can make their relationship different to other employment contract arrangements. 
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