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    I'm on a zero hours contract, but everyone else who are employees which I work with have been paid for this month, where as I haven't. Also they all have shifts on the rota up until the end of august. I haven't been given anything, and no one has contacted me either. For the past theee months I always have had to get in contact with my manager about pay, due to it being incorrect, as we have a clock in and out system. Could anyone help me out with this?

    no it's not illegal. this is why I think zero contract should be abolished because you're not guaranteed any paid work.

    Can i ask where this is? I'm on a 0 hour contract and i always get 20-30 hours a week.

    I cannot fathom not being booked for a month. I'd just leave the job
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    Thank you very much for getting back to me both
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