Workers on zero hours or temporary contracts often receive a lower level of care around health and wellbeing than their permanent, full-time co-workers, according to a survey from the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health of 500 non-permanent workers and 100 business leaders in a range of UK industry sectors. According to the report, 64% work without sick pay and 43% without holiday pay.

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