The majority of workers on low pay or zero-hour contracts are women, which adds to the stress when they experience long-term health issues

When Sue Heller was diagnosed with multiple-sclerosis (MS) at the age of 33, she knew that her employer’s support was vital. She was offered a higher-paid job a few years ago, but she turned it down: “When I asked what would happen if my health deteriorated, they couldn’t make any guarantees.

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