I’m about to lose the zero-hours job I love.
Maybe “lose” isn’t the right word. But the contract under which I work has been taken from the charitable sector and awarded to a private company. The new bosses at the multi-million pound business taking over refuse to honour existing terms and conditions. They won’t even discuss them.
Instead, they’re offering exactly the same work with a 44 per cent cut in pay. (51 per cent for those living outside London).
So thanks, but no thanks. There’s austerity, and then there’s just plain insulting.
Let me explain. For the past two […]
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