When you first started your job, did you get enough training?

Zero hour contract jobs don’t have the best reputation.

We’ve even explored whether zero hour contracts are good.

So what is Breakroom’s verdict on zero hour jobs?

There are people who really need the flexibility that is specific to zero hour contract jobs.

The idea of zero hour contract jobs, in and of themselves, is not bad. The problems start when they are misused.

There are people for whom zero hour contracts are necessary, otherwise they’re unable to work. They’re as deserving of a good job as everyone else is.

So we’ve asked workers with zero hour contracts what their jobs are like. What would they rate them? Let’s find out.

This is what we'll be covering:

We have a lot of companies that employ zero hour contract workers on Breakroom.

We want to keep this list at a manageable length. So we've only featured companies that have 10+ job reviews from zero hour contract workers.

We have a lot of companies that employ zero hour contract workers on Breakroom.

We want to keep this list at a manageable length. So we've featured the top 10 companies that have reviews from zero hour contract workers.

The 10 best companies that offer zero hour contract jobs

  1. 1 Network Rail
    8.0
  2. 2 Openreach
    7.6
  3. 3 O2
    7.3
  4. 4= Leeds City Council
    6.8
  5. 4= British Steel
    6.8
  6. 6= Royal Mail
    6.7
  7. 6= Hampshire County Council
    6.7
  8. 6= Five Guys
    6.7
  9. 6= Norse
    6.7
  10. 10= DHL
    6.5
  11. 10= Argos
    6.5
  12. 10= Deliveroo
    6.5

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