On the Clock
"Jeff Bezos has no idea that his workers are homeless, especially in New York, and I'm not the only one."
Deliveroo riders will be offered training on spotting drug dealing and human trafficking on the street—but they won’t be paid for it.
Gorillas managers reportedly attempted to sneak through doors and offered to take riders to a beer garden after they were rejected at the door of a general assembly.
Didi Chuxing pushed Uber out of China, and now Uber stands to be a winner with its 12.8 percent stake in the company.
"Uber can help cover your healthcare costs," an email received by some US drivers read. Two weeks later, the company apologized to those drivers, saying it could not cover their healthcare.
The legislation, which passed the New York state senate on Monday, has groundbreaking protections for workers and could pave the way for other states.
The company’s foray into furniture installation has already sparked ire among some drivers, who say they've been offered no training on how to assemble furniture.
"It’s fucking horrendous, honestly. [You're crossing] multiple lanes, busy traffic."
A new report compiling federal workplace injury data found that Amazon workers in the United States were severely injured more than 24,000 times in 2020.
"I was almost in tears. I thought I was going to have to work for two months for free."