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  • Just Eat scraps gig working for employee security
  • Just Eat scraps gig working for employee security
    Jon Tyson (2020) ©
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Just Eat scraps gig working for employee security

Gig workers have mostly managed to keep their jobs while the pandemic has seen other employees furloughed and laid-off  but there’s a desire for more security in these roles. To meet this demand, Just Eat is replacing gig working arrangements with contracted and permanent positions.

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