Rejection about “10,000” euros from Deliveroo in exchange for letting him be, not to litigate his status as a worker against the multinational. But he said no. Víctor Sánchez was the first distributor of digital platforms, also known as riders, which brought one of the largest companies in the sector to justice in Spain. And won. That first sentence, of June 2018, has been followed by almost 50 more and a long list of actions by the Labor Inspectorate that have concluded the same thing: the autonomous messengers of the large home delivery companies such as Glovo, Deliveroo and Uber Eats are not such. They are false freelancers. This Tuesday, the Government approved in the Council of Ministers the so-called ‘Rider Law’ promoted by the Ministry of Labor to end this abuse.
The dealer who beat Glovo in the Supreme Court: “The company offered me money to leave it before the first trial, but not for a million euros”