Zero hours provisions in contract still enforceable after years of full-time work
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Davies v Hertz (UK) Ltd ET/3303522/09 (0 other reports)
Davies v Hertz (UK) Ltd ET/3303522/09
zero hours contract | custom and practice | unlawful deductions from wages
Zero hours contracts are a useful option for employers that cannot guarantee a consistent level of work for their staff. But can an employer still rely on zero hours provisions to reduce an employee's hours after years of giving them full-time work?