McDonald's: New zero-hour jobs give staff 'flexibility'
McDonalds have announced plans to create up to 8,000 jobs in the UK.
The restaurant chain's senior vice president, Jez Langhorn, said the jobs would be zero-hour contracts in order to give staff "great flexibility".
Speaking with BBC Radio 5 live's Tony Livesey, he said the contracts were aimed at first-time workers trying to juggle a job with other commitments, such as studying.
- From the section Business