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M3 - Exclusivity Clauses on Zero Hour Contracts
That this House calls on the Government to ban exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts, by rendering exclusivity clauses unenforceable and that workers are not bound by these clause, to allow employees to be able take these claims to an employment tribunal and that employer will be considered as unfair automatically under eyes of employment tribunals if an employer dismisses an employee due to breaching an exclusivity clause and that prohibits the employee from doing work or performing services under another contract or under any other arrangement without the employer’s consent, to ensure an employer can not subject an employee working under a zero hours contract to any detriment on the grounds that the worker did work or performed services under another contract or under any other arrangement and leave definition of detriment to the employment tribunals, to allow workers to file complaint to the employment tribunals within 12 months of events led to the complaint or in a manner that will be accepted as fair by an employment tribunal, to allow employment tribunals be able to order employers to pay compensation the tribunal considers just and equitable in all the circumstances.
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The Rt. Hon. Sir Jonathan Horncastle
Chief Whip (2014-Present)
Secretary of State for Transport and Infrastructure (2013-2014)
MP for Cities of London and Westminster (2001-Present)
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Meredith Hansen-Charles QC MP
Leader of the Liberal Democrats
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