Oct 4, 2018

UberEats workers join fast food strike

UberEats riders and a small number of workers from JD Wetherspoon, McDonald's and TGI Fridays are striking over pay on Thursday. The industrial action is being taken in tandem with strikes by fast food workers on four continents. UberEats workers want to be paid £5 per delivery, and a further £1 per mile for each delivery. "The fact that UberEats drivers have decided to strike on the same day as us shows that low pay is an issue that affects people across the industry," said a spokesman from the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union. The strikes are being held to coincide with industrial action over pay by fast food workers in Chile, Colombia, the US, Belgium, Italy, Germany, the Philippines and Japan on Thursday.

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