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A huge win for gig workers.
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Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays delivery workers from getting hungry New Yorkers their food, and now, the city is finally stepping up on their behalf.
The city’s more than 300,000 municipal employees must report to full-time, in-person work on Monday. Many of them are not happy.
A package of bills targeting app-based companies such as Grubhub and Doordash will also set minimum pay
New York City has passed sweeping legislation aimed at protecting workers of app-based food delivery services like Grubhub and DoorDash. The move makes the city one of the first municipalities in the US to aggressively regulate an industry that has grown by leaps and bounds during the pandemic.
Lawmakers in New York City passed a series of bills that seek to improve working conditions and set minimum pay for delivery workers.
The New York City Council on Thursday approved first-in-the-nation legislation that would guarantee minimum pay and regulate conditions for workers for DoorDash Inc., Uber Eats and other delivery apps.
Reunited and it feels so good?
United Federation of Teachers is urging its members to “document issues” related to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s coronavirus mandates.
The mandate, which affects well over 150,000 people working in the nation’s largest school system, was set to go into effect on Monday at midnight.