Kiwis tied to zero-hour contracts speak out
Monday 2 Mar 2015 7:00 p.m.
More employees on zero-hour contracts have contacted Campbell Live complaining of how their employers can't even promise them half a shift.
Employers say the contracts allow them flexibility, but for the employee it means turning up for a shift, even if that shift is only an hour long.
As the union gets into negotiations this week with fast food companies, Campbell Live wanted to ask how many employees are on zero-hour contracts, and how does that number impact on New Zealand's low unemployment rate?
Watch the video for the full report from Anna Burns-Francis.