Asos warehouse staff ‘are being exploited by legally shaky contracts’

Asos warehouse staff ‘are being exploited by legally shaky contracts’
 

Asos’s warehouse has been ‘exploiting’ its workers with legally-shaky contracts, the head of the Commons business committee has said.
The fashion site is one of the country’s biggest online clothes retailers and has more than nine million customers.
Groom totals £130k supercar in worst stag do ever But now Iain Wright, Labour MP for Hartlepool, told the BBC that Parliament should investigate the contracts, which allow shifts to be extended or reduced by two hours.
XPO Logistics, which runs the warehouse on Asos’s behalf, said it was ‘fully compliant with employment law’.
However, employment... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 37
Source: Metro
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