Because for the Milan Public Prosecutor's Office, food delivery apps have to hire 60,000 riders

Because for the Milan Public Prosecutor's Office, food delivery apps have to hire 60,000 riders

Because for the Milan Public Prosecutor's Office

Fines of 733 million euros challenged to some of the main food delivery companies as part of an investigation into the health and safety of delivery men

VIA LAGRANGE, TURIN, ITALY - 2020/03/12: A Uber Eats rider wearing a respiratory mask rides past a Camicissima shop. The Italian government shutted down majority of stores to halt the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. (Photo by Nicol√≤ Campo / LightRocket via Getty Images) An investigation by the Milan prosecutor disputed a 733 million euro fine to food delivery companies for violating the rules on the health and safety of riders at work. “Sixty thousand workers” of the companies Uber Eats, Glovo-Foodinho, JustEat and Deliveroo, will also have to be hired as “coordinated and continuous”, on the basis of minutes notified to the same companies. The authorities who conducted the investigation and investigated six people among the companies involved reported this in a web press conference. The owners of the file are the prosecutor Maura Ripamonti and the deputy prosecutor Tiziana Siciliano according to whom, according to the Ansa report, "the investigation was imposed because this illegal situation is clear".

The investigation was initiated during the lockdown, when the riders performed an essential function delivering meals to homes but also incurring some road accidents. From there, the Nil carabinieri, the labor protection command led by Antonino Bolognani, verified the position of 60 thousand messengers, ascertaining the type of employment relationship also with Inail and Inps and the dynamics existing with the digital platform. The conclusion, for the prosecutor Francesco Greco, is that it is a subordinate relationship. In the reports sent, the Public Prosecutor asks employers to apply adequate contracts and hiring, that is, to consider riders no longer as self-employed and occasional workers, but as subordinate workers.

"If companies pay these fines, this will allow them to extinguish the crime," added Bolognani. Meanwhile, the riders in Italy “have a job treatment that denies them a future,” said Greco: “They have a regular residence permit, but we don't allow them to build an adequate career. It is no longer time to say that they are slaves, but it is time to say that they are citizens ”. A tax investigation has been opened on Uber Eats, already involved in a criminal investigation and police commissioner. The effects of the investigative activity could be revolutionary for the industry, which was painstakingly seeking a deal for the rider contract and had seen JustEat launch a 1,000-person hiring campaign in two months starting in March.


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