McDonald’s staff prefer zero-hours over fixed-term contracts

McDonald's is to give its UK staff the choice of working fixed hours or having zero-hours contracts.

The BBC reports the fast food chain has been trialling the move in 23 company-owned and franchise outlets.

During the trial just two in 10 of staff chose to move to fixed-hours contracts, the company revealed in a statement.

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