Zero hours contracts
- Group(s): Labour Markets Key Terms
Zero hours contracts do not guarantee a minimum number of working hours each week. In the UK labour market, People on “zero-hours contracts” are more likely to be young, part time, women, or in full-time education when compared with other people in employment.
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