Sydney Deliveroo rider deemed too slow, sacked unfairly by his bosses | 7NEWS

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7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Sydney Deliveroo rider deemed too slow, sacked unfairly by his bosses | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

Food delivery giant Deliveroo has lost a landmark case after one of its former workers, Diego Franco, was sacked for being too slow.

The Fair Work Commission ruling that the man who was contracted as a rider was actually an employee and subjected to ‘harsh and unreasonable’ treatment.

“Gig workers have rights…it’s time to Deliveroo to step up…this type of work needs protection” – Michael Kaine – National Secretary – Transport Workers Union.

More Details: https://7news.link/3wmUVpf

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