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Zero Hours Contracts – Tackling Avoidance of the Forthcoming Ban on Exclusivity Clauses

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The Government is currently legislating to render the use of exclusivity clauses unenforceable in zero hours contracts. In addition, following a consultation exercise, draft regulations have been drawn up outlining proposals for secondary legislation to prevent employers from sidestepping the ban.

The Government Response to the ‘Banning Exclusivity Clauses: Tackling Avoidance’ Consultation and a copy of the Draft Zero Hours Workers (Exclusivity Terms) Regulations 2015 can be found here.

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