We have no meanings for "zero hours" in our records yet.
Workplace Relations Minister Michael Woodhouse said zero hours contracts were not fair.
Newsnight's Allegra Stratton reports on whether zero hours contracts constitute real jobs.
Vince Cable has promised a review of zero hours, but without a deadline.
All the major fast food chains have now committed to ending zero hours contracts.
Sure, zero hours and freelance life is great for young "creatives".
The village is run by Masonic Care - it denied the contracts were zero hours.
And who first blew the whistle on zero hours?
So its the abuse of zero hours contracts rather than their existence that is the problem.
In a statement, it said: We are very much aware of the concerns around ' zero hours' contracts.
Other zero hours workers say they often have shifts added, cancelled or changed at the last minute.
He said it amounted to zero hours.
It's also true of some " zero hours" workers, whose contracts guarantee no fixed amount of work.
Some were stood down, working just a few hours or zero hours, but job losses have been limited.
I would have said zero hours.
Difficulties arose from getting the wording right and the fact that the term zero hours had no formal legal definition.
So they're very unusual, and they're not classified as zero hours contracts under case law because that's a new term.
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