This Handbook sets out the law governing a number of different ‘atypical’ working patterns: in particular, agency work, fixed-term work, part-time work, zero hour contracts and other forms of ad-hoc working arrangements.
It also explains the right to request flexible working, and highlights the considerations applicable to three specific types of ‘atypical’ worker: apprentices, employee shareholders and posted workers.
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