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  1. worker

    "zero-hour contract"

    I'd like to know the word "zero hour contract".

    PLS tell me what "zero hour contract" mean.

  2. AintFoolin

    Re: "zero-hour contract"

    i didn't know, but using the power of the google i came upon this:

    There is no legal definition of a ‘zero hour contract’. It is a name for a contract under which the employer does not guarantee to provide work and pays only for work actually done

  3. Sandro's Avatar

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    Re: "zero-hour contract"

    like a "Free Lancer" ?

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