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McDonald’s to offer fixed hours contracts for all its 115,000 UK employees

The chief executive of McDonald’s UK previously defended zero-hours contract saying workers ‘love the flexibility’ it offers

McDonald’s has announced it will offer its 115,000 UK employees the opportunity to switch from zero-hours contracts to fixed hour ones.

The fast food giant’s move follows a successful trial in 23 restaurants and franchise outlets across the UK.

About 20 per cent of the company’s workforce chose to move to fixed hours contracts following the trial, according to the company.

“From kitchen to counter to front of house, our people make McDonald’s. We wouldn’t be able to offer an enjoyable restaurant experience, serving great-tasting, quality food without them, so it’s important that we listen to them and change where we need to,” Paul Pomroy, chief executive officer of McDonald’s UK, said.

“The vast majority of our employees are happy with their flexible contracts, but some have told us that more fixed hours would help them get better access to some financial products. Thanks to the support of our franchisees, we are able to respond to our people’s needs, and will begin to roll out fixed hours’ contracts, including new joiners, across the course of the year,” he added.

Mr Pomroy confirmed that all hourly paid employees have had their pay increased by about 15 per cent since April 2015.

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Source; www.independent.co.uk

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