New York City passes extensive laws to protect food delivery workers | Engadget

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New York City has passed sweeping legislation aimed at protecting workers of app-based food delivery services like Grubhub and DoorDash. The move makes the city one of the first municipalities in the US to aggressively regulate an industry that has grown by leaps and bounds during the pandemic. Per Bloomberg, the legislation touches nearly every aspect of the job. For instance, addressing an issue that was a subject of a , delivery apps and courier services must disclose their gratuity policies, and guarantee that workers always receive their tips. They must also pay them at least once a week, and provide them with payment options that don’t necessitate the need for a bank account. Another part of the legislation mandates platforms include a clause in their contracts with restaurants to ensure they provide bathroom access to delivery workers. Both Grubhub and DoorDash told Engadget they support the legislation, though the latter voiced some reservations about specific measur
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