Paul Pomroy says workers love the flexibility of their contracts, as the company says 80% of more than 100,000 UK employees are on zero-hours terms

The boss of McDonald’s in the UK has defended the company’s continued use of zero-hours contracts for about 80,000 employees in its British restaurants.

Paul Pomroy, who took over the running of the UK operation in December, said staff loved the flexibility of the contracts, which have been criticised for exploiting workers.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS