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Inquiry status: closed. Interim report published.
This inquiry focuses on the prevalence and impact of zero-hours contracts in Scotland. the inquiry also focuses on other forms of insecure employment. The Committee published its interim findings on 14 April 2014.
The Scottish Affairs Committee meets unions in Dundee on Monday 10 March 2014
The Scottish Affairs Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 25 February 2014
The Scottish Affairs Committee has heard that some companies are using “zero hours” contracts when there is not a justifiable business need, leading to unnecessary insecurity
On Monday 10 February the Scottish Affairs Committee will be visiting Falkirk
The Committee is concerned about the prevalence of zero-hours contracts in Scotland
House of Commons Library Standard Note on zero hours contracts
MPs debated zero hours contracts on 16 October 2013 in the House of Commons chamber
The Government consultation on zero hours contracts ran from 13 Dec 2013-13 March 2014
ONS Analysis of Employee Contracts that do not Guarantee a Minimum Number of Hours - April 2014