The Office for National Statistics
reported in April that the number of people employed with no set guaranteed working hours had risen by 100,000 to 1.8 million, over 12 months.
This is worrying, as the number of zero-hour contracted employees had previously been in decline since 2015. Unfortunately, with no guaranteed hours, these employees may be put in an unstable financial position. Whilst the impact of such an arrangement will not be felt immediately, there may be repercussions affecting later life as well.
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