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20 November 2017

UK: Deliveroo riders are self-employed contractors without minimum wage rights, tribunal rules

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20 November 2017

UK: New report urges govt. to change law to better protect workers' rights in the gig economy

Author: Sarah Butler, The Guardian (UK)

[T]wo influential parliamentary committees [...] have prepared draft legislation intended to close the loopholes that allow “irresponsible companies to underpay workers”... The rise of other insecure forms of work, with about 900,000 on zero-hours...

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26 September 2017

EU seeks more protection for gig economy workers

Author: Reuters, New York Times

"EU Seeks More Protection for Uber-Style Jobs," 24 September 2017...

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14 August 2017
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Author: Jeanne Laudren et Mathilde Guyenot, Libération

«Deliveroo, t'es foutu, les livreurs sont dans la rue» : à Paris, des «forçats du bitume» en colère...

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7 August 2017
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Author: La Libre.be (Belgique)

"Deliveroo accepte de régulariser la situation des travailleurs du service à la clientèle", 28 juil 2017...

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11 July 2017

Taylor Review: All work in UK economy should be fair

Author: BBC

...The report by former aide to Tony Blair, Matthew Taylor, pays particular attention to the gig economy...recommends that workers for firms such as Uber and Deliveroo should be classified as dependent contractors, with extra benefits. The Prime...

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11 July 2017

Taylor review: Unions criticise gig economy report for failure to deliver on promises, mixed responses from business groups & lawyers

Author: Ben Chapman, Independent (UK)

"Taylor review: Unions slam gig economy report for 'spectacular failure' to deliver on promises while business groups and lawyers have given a mixed response"...

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11 July 2017

UK workers earning GBP2.50 an hour prompts call for govt. action

Author: Rob Davies & Sarah Butler, Guardian (UK)

The government has been urged to stage an “emergency intervention” to protect gig economy workers, amid concerns they are being forced into contracts that sometimes pay less than £2.50 an hour and can be cancelled at any moment. The allegations are...

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11 July 2017

UK: Gig economy review delivers benefits but brings no job security

Author: Robert Booth, Guardian

After nine months of study and a road trip around British towns and cities being transformed for better and worse by rapid changes in the way we work, the government’s employment reviewer, Matthew Taylor, has grasped one nettle, if not the whole bunch...

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11 July 2017

UK: Gig economy workers on their jobs - 'They do exercise control over us'

Author: Sarah Butler, Guardian

Three workers share their experiences of working for courier and care companies with insecure hours, no sick pay and no holiday pay. Mohaan Biswas...[who] has worked for Deliveroo since February last year...was [initially] paid £7 an hour plus £1 per...

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