A says, “The agency called in the day to say there was a shift working in a warehouse, lifting etc., from 9.30pm for five hours. It took three-and-a-half hours to get there, and the same to get back again. The pay is £6.19 per hour. You pay for your own travel. I usually get a weekly bus pass, which costs £19.60. A problem can be that you buy a bus pass for the week and then not get any work from the agency, so your money is wasted. The most regular shift I did was four hours from 3.00am. Generally, shifts are short and always during hours when nobody else wants to work. The only people who do it are doing it because they have no other choice.”

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