Winckworth Sherwood partner discusses zero-hour contracts on BBC News 24
Employment partner Sue Kelly was featured on BBC News 24 on 5 August, discussing employer’s use of zero-hour contracts.
Kelly discussed how such contracts tend to be in favour of the employers rather than employees, and that the raft of benefits typically available to standard employees are not open to those on a zero-hour contract.
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