Published on 8 August 2013 via Hi! NewsWatch

Zero-hours contracts: Are they needed in hospitality?

On 8 August 2013, BigHospitality.co.uk reported:

"Zero-hours contracts: Are they needed in hospitality?"

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The term ‘zero-hours contract’ generates more light than heat and is vague and unhelpful, according to the British Hospitality Association (BHA), which claims variable hours of work in hotels, restaurants and pubs across the UK has been central to job creation and economic growth.

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