A ‘zero hours contract’ is one where an employee is on call, and works for an employer when work is offered, receiving payment only for those hours worked. An employee also may be under no obligation to accept an assignment. Zero hours contracts are most used in sectors where demand is variable, e.g. retail, hotel and catering, home care, etc.
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