Flexibility or Servitude? Britain Debates 'Zero-Hours' Contracts

A McDonald's employee in London Photograph by Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Let’s say you’re offered a job. The employer won’t tell you how many, if any, hours you can work each week. But you have to be available to work whenever asked, so you can’t take a second job.

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