Is this basically a 'zero-hour' contract? @JohnLewis
I'm not sure since it just says 'per hour' on the 'salary frequency' and doesn't specify
how many hours for how long etc. I know it says 14 hours ish.
I'm only interested in a part-time job even though it says permanent I'd only be working there
ideally for 6 weeks tops as I'm starting university. I'm not sure if they'd give me a reference
afterwards but Idc tbh just need the cash.
What does this mean @job application Watch
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Last edited by XxKingSniprxX; 03-07-2016 at 19:45.
- 03-07-2016 19:39
- 03-07-2016 19:49
"A zero hours contract is generally understood to be a contract between an employer and a worker where:
the employer is not obliged to provide any minimum working hours, and.
the worker is not obliged to accept any work offered."
Google is hard.
- 03-07-2016 21:01
It clearly states the hours of work...so no its not zero hours.
- 03-07-2016 21:54
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- 03-07-2016 23:41
Zero hours is a type of contract, it doesn't literally mean zero hours lol
No I know that, but this has set hours...It's not like it's on a rota... the hours are set out before you apply so you'll be guaranteed those hours
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