The announcement was made in relation to a local ordinance in San Francisco that requires delivery drivers to disinfect high-touch surfaces in their vehicles and be compensated for doing so.
Another poor fiscal quarter, another batch of absurd presentation slides.
NYC is passing a series of bills that seek to rein in one of the gig economy’s more lucrative fronts: food delivery.
Desperate GrubHub, UberEats, and DoorDash delivery workers report peeing between cars, in bushes, and on construction sites amid the pandemic.
With dining in a no-go, food delivery apps are an easy way to reach a huge customer base. But a number of restaurants say it’s a deal with the devil.
Essential workers worry they might bring the disease home to their immunocompromised family members. Some are quitting out of fear.
During the coronavirus pandemic, some DoorDash drivers are being paid around just $3 an hour due to the errors and slow support.
“You have a responsibility to protect their health and the public’s health.”
"Denying workers their rights during a public health crisis is immoral, irresponsible, and we cannot and will not stand for it.”
In a desperate bid, Uber wants a federal fix to the problem of its drivers wanting livable wages and healthcare coverage.
Tips from customers increased over the past few weeks, but only slightly. Buildings have stopped letting deliveries inside to hand off food.