Join the conversation Article content MADRID — Spanish unions will be given access to the algorithms companies such as Uber use to manage their workforce in the gig economy, to monitor conditions and stop workers being underpaid in low-demand hours, Labour Minister Yolanda Diaz said on Thursday.
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The Supreme Court ruled in September that people working for Barcelona-based food delivery app Glovo were employees, not freelancers, a decision that could enable such workers to demand formal labor contracts and benefits.
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Just Eat, a unit of Dutch-based Takeaway, has started to recruit its own workers in Spain. Experts and trade unions warn that without real willingness on the part of companies to hire couriers, court battles around such alternative employment schemes will likely continue.
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