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Gig workers are coming together and making huge steps towards a fairer and safer transport industry as the TWU signs a charter of principles with Menulog with an exclusive agreement to continue to work for sustainable conditions for food delivery riders.
The principles of agreement are a significant breakthrough in offering all on-demand couriers appropriate benefits and protections, combined with choice and flexibility, regardless of whether they are engaged as contractors or employees.
Thanks to the relentless campaigning conducted by gig workers, the agreement also includes Menulog supporting the Federal Government to give the Fair Work Commission the capacity to set minimum, and transparent enforceable rights and standards for all on-demand delivery couriers who are not engaged as employees.
Menulog has joined an industry chorus calling for regulation to provide fair, safe and sustainable standards to improve the lives of gig workers while creating a level playing field for businesses. This is a powerful endorsement for Federal Parliament to pass this reform. – Michael Kaine, TWU National Secretary “
Transport workers are fighting for a fairer, safer industry. Join them today and secure your future.