I’m thinking of using zero-hours contracts for the first time. Have you any tips and advice on their drafting?

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I’m thinking of using zero-hours contracts for the first time. Have you any tips and advice on their drafting?

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The term “zero-hours” indicates a contract for casual work under which the employer is not obliged to provide a minimum (or any) amount of work (and thus pay), to the worker, and the worker is not under an obligation to accept work if offered (there is no mutuality of obligation).

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