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Uber and Lyft fares surge as pandemic recedes – but drivers don’t get ‘piece of pie’

Socializing, parties and late night trips are all coming back as the coronavirus pandemic recedes in the US and along with them has come a surge in the price of calling a cab. It’s good news for Uber and Lyft, but for the rideshare drivers who were hit so hard by the pandemic? Not so…
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June 21, 2021 0

‘We are democratising the right to laziness’: the rise of on-demand grocery deliveries

One Friday afternoon in May, Glenn Cobane, 40, who lives with his wife and two cats in Salford, did some grocery shopping: a loaf of bread, bananas, an avocado, cat food, chocolate brownies and some cans of beer. Rather than going to a nearby corner shop or walking a mile to the large Tesco Extra,…
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June 12, 2021 0

Unionized but impotent? Row erupts over gig workers’ labor proposal

A huge controversy has erupted among labor unions after several unions joined with Uber and Lyft to develop legislation in New York state that would deliver on one of labor’s major goals: giving many gig workers a quick path to unionization. The legislation would make good on another labor objective: allowing industrywide bargaining for gig…
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May 27, 2021 0

Uber agrees union recognition deal with GMB

Uber is to recognise the GMB trade union in the UK for its private hire drivers, marking the first deal between a union and a gig economy ride-hailing service. Under the recognition deal, the GMB will have access to drivers’ meeting hubs to help and support them. It will also be able to represent drivers…
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May 26, 2021 0

Diego v Deliveroo: are workers winning more rights in Australia’s gig economy?

Last week, in a landmark case, Australia’s Fair Work Commission ruled that Deliveroo rider Diego Franco was an employee – not a contractor. The case could have ramifications for the wider gig economy, where the use of contractors has led to widespread job insecurity, and workers are subjected to dangerous conditions. Reporter Naaman Zhou explains…
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May 24, 2021 0

Uber Eats riders earning as little as $5 for deliveries crossing multiple NSW suburbs

Uber Eats riders in Australia are earning as little as $5 for individual deliveries that cross multiple suburbs, as riders complain that their pay was cut by the global tech giant during the pandemic. New data provided to Guardian Australia by riders has revealed pay rates as low as $5.01 for a nearly 4km trip.…
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May 20, 2021 0
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