Future changes to zero-hour contracts



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Future changes to zero-hour contracts

Zero-hour contracts have attracted headlines in the last couple of years, due to their remarkable increase that has flooded the employment market. According to the Office for National statistics, around one in fifty people in the UK were employed on a zero-hour basis in 2013. Whilst a survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development […]


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UK Employment Law Test Case for Christian Employees

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