May 25, 2022

Deliveroo agreed in a letter to riders to restore workers Deliveroo backs off plan Cat UAE delivery riders after strike Food Delivery Drivers Walk Off in Pay Protest

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Delivery service Deliveroo (ROOL) on Monday put on hold plans to cut pay The strike started late Saturday and ended early Monday when London-based ’ pay to $279 per delivery instead of the proposed rate of $238 that had ignited the work stoppage as the company tried to cut costs amid surging fuel prices

The Amazon-backed firm also backtracked on its plan to extend working shifts to 14 hours a dayDubai delivery drivers walk off job in rare protest over pay A day earlier the Amazon-backed firm informed restaurants that “riders are striking and refusing to attend their shifts or deliver orders” and said in an email that it would “protect Deliveroo rider earnings to remain the most competitive in the market”

A Deliveroo spokesperson confirmed to Reuters that the company was halting all changes and that it would ($238) an hour while shifts were extended to 12 hours
“It is clear that some of our original intentions have not been clear and we a
re listening to riders” Deliveroo said in a statement to The Associated Press “We have therefore currently paused all changes and will be working with our agency riders to ensure

The strike started late Saturday and ended early Monday when London-based Deliveroo agreed in a letter to riders to restore workers’ pay to $279 per delivery instead of the proposed rate of $238 that had ignited the work stoppage as the company tried Dubai government did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the strike

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