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McDonald's to offer all UK staff fixed hour contracts
Fast food chain McDonald's is to allow its UK staff a choice of working fixed hours or having zero-hours contracts. There has been controversy about firms using zero-hours contracts but not allowing staff to work elsewhere.
McDonald's offers fixed contracts to 115000 UK zero-hours workers  
McDonald's offers workers zero-hours switch  
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