Research and analysis

Zero hours contracts: supplementary analysis

Analysis of zero hours employment contracts and how they operate within the labour market.

Documents

Trends in part-time working and short-term employment contracts and the impacts on benefit claims

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Trends in part-time working and short-term employment contracts and the impacts on benefit claims: summary

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Zero hours contracts: supplementary analysis note

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Details

Supplementary analysis and information on zero hours and other variable contracts.

This analysis and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimate of the number of employee contracts that don’t guarantee a minimum number of hours will feed into the government response to the consultation on zero hours employment contracts.

For further information see also ‘Using the LFS: man and boy - from activation to zero hours contracts. There’s more to life than the LFS.

Published 30 April 2014