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    Hermes rejects worker exploitation allegations

    MPs are to consider allegations over work practices at the delivery giant after couriers alleged they had been told they’d lose delivery rounds unless they accept lower pay. The post Hermes rejects worker exploitation allegations appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Uber recognises union for first time

    Uber has agreed to recognise a trade union for the first time, announcing that the GMB will have the power… The post Uber recognises union for first time appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Spain passes landmark gig economy law

    Food delivery and courier companies in Spain now three months to employ drivers as staff under a landmark new law. The post Spain passes landmark gig economy law appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Uber to add a further 20,000 drivers in the UK

    A surge in demand since lockdown rules were eased has led Uber to start recruiting more drivers, but more legal action could follow over workers’ rights. The post Uber to add a further 20,000 drivers in the UK appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Ireland must rethink its approach to the gig economy

    Dublin’s binary approach to the gig economy has created a zero-sum game for platform operators and contractors. It’s time for a rethink. The post Ireland must rethink its approach to the gig economy appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Addison Lee drivers are workers, Court of Appeal confirms

    Addison Lee drivers are workers, not self-employed, and are entitled to the national minimum wage and holiday pay, the Court of Appeal has confirmed. The post Addison Lee drivers are workers, Court of Appeal confirms appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Just Eat serves up ‘agency worker’ model in Liverpool

    Just Eat is pressing ahead with plans to end the company’s reliance on gig workers by offering couriers the opportunity to join its ‘agency worker’ model. The post Just Eat serves up ‘agency worker’ model in Liverpool appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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