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Will Shu talks about the workers' rights litigation that threatens $2 billion Deliveroo

Business Insider Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Will Shu talks about the workers' rights litigation that threatens $2 billion Deliveroo· *Deliveroo founder Will Shu talked to Business Insider about the looming workers' rights case that threatens the gig economy model of his massive food delivery startup.*
· *He also talked about whether he might take Deliveroo public in an IPO.*
· *The company is handing out helmet cams to deter the brutal attacks on his...
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News video: Are Deliveroo Riders Really "Workers?"

▶ Are Deliveroo Riders Really "Workers?" 00:41

A UK tribunal has ruled that Deliveroo's delivery riders are self-employed and not workers entitled to rights such as minimum wage. It is an important legal victory for the food delivery startup. On Tuesday, the Central Arbitration Committee in London dismissed a claim from the Independent Workers of...

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