Zero-hours workers ‘treated far worse’

Marcus Barnett - 11 February 2019

WORKERS on “exploitative” zero-hours contracts are more likely to work nights and be paid less, trade unions have said.

A new survey published by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) today indicates that precarious workers are treated far worse than those with permanent contracts.

Nearly a quarter of casually employed workers work through the night, compared to one in 10 of the rest of the workforce... See more