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For the attention of Ben Ben. Can you please advise on zero

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For the attention of Ben JonesHi Ben. Can you please advise on zero hour contract. Some of our carers are stating that zero hour contract should only be active for 5 months and after that the contract should be changed to full time contract. Please is that the case.

Hi there, it is certainly not the case that a zero hours contract can only be in place for 5 months before it is changed to a permanent one. There is no legislation that says anything of the sort and a zero hours contract can currently last for an indefinite period.

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