Zero Hours Contract

Zero Hours Contract - A zero-hours contract is a type of contract where the employer does not guarantee any specific number of hours of work for the employee. Instead, the employee is only paid for the hours they actually work. This type of contract can be beneficial for both parties, as it allows for flexibility in scheduling and staffing. However, it can also lead to uncertainty and insecurity for the employee.

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