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    Hi I work in retail for 4 months
    I was never given a contract but was employed under verbal agreement with the manager to work 16 hours a week the manager left and the new manager has dropped My hours to 8 she says this what I'm contracted for but I have never seen the contract
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    Re: No contract but change in hours

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      Re: No contract but change in hours

      Having worked 16 hours a week suggests that these are your contracted hours; and your employer is in breach of s.1 ERA 1996 for failing to give you a written contract within 2 months.

      BUT, as you only have 4 months of service, your employer could simply dismiss you for no reason at all. So, accepting the change and/or looking for another job are likely to be your only options.

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