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  • Josh wins landmark case against Foodora

    November 20


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  • MAJOR BLOW TO ON-DEMAND ECONOMY AS FOODORA RIDER WINS UNFAIR DISMISSAL CASE

    November 16


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 16 November 2018
     
    A major blow has been dealt to the on-demand economy as the Fair Work Commission has ruled a sacked Foodora rider was unfairly dismissed.

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  • TWU CALLS FOR HORROR TRUCK CRASHES TO BE INVESTIGATED AS COLES MOVES TO PRIORITISE SAFETY IN ITS SUPPLY CHAIN

    November 15


    TWU MEDIA RELEASE, 15 November 2018

    Horror truck crashes close to Brisbane and Sydney must be investigated and the role of wealthy companies which contract transport operators closely examined, says the Transport Workers’ Union.

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  • Celebrations in Foodora case may be short-lived

    November 12


    SMH, By Michael Kaine, 12 November 2018
     
    Australia has always been a trailblazer on workers’ rights and last week another significant leap forward was achieved. Food delivery platform Foodora admitted through its administrators that its delivery riders are employees not contractors and accepted the claims against it, amounting to more than $8 million in unpaid wages, superannuation and taxes.

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