Ordering food delivery via the convenience of an app became a regular feature in our locked-down cities. But at the heart of this industry lies a tale of insecure work, where delivery drivers have few rights and dangerous work conditions. After the deaths of several deliver drivers, Naaman Zhou examines the risks facing those in this growing line of work
Guardian reporter Naaman Zhou has led coverage on this issue, you can read his reports and those of others here:
- ‘By Tuesday I’m sitting on $31.08’: a week in the life of a Melbourne food delivery worker
- Australian food delivery workers had pay cut amid increased pandemic demand
- Food delivery rider from Malaysia the third gig economy worker to die in a month in Australia
- Home food delivery: what is the most ethical way to order in?
You can read the full statements we received from Uber, Doordash and Menulog here.
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