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Deliveroo threatens to leave Belgium

Deliveroo threatens to leave Belgium

Today sees the start of the Belgian Deliveroo trial, regarding the status of couriers, some of whom are still self-employed. The CEO of the delivery company's Belgian branch has threatened to end his activities.

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Self-employed?

Deliveroo couriers currently work on a self-employed basis or through the sharing economy system, but the Labour Audit Office questions this working relationship and believes that the couriers should be employed.

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Pierre Verdier, CEO of Deliveroo Belgium, threatens to leave Belgium if the court were to rule that the couriers are no longer allowed to work on a self-employed basis. "I do not think we will be able to continue our activities in Belgium in the event of a negative decision", Bruzz.be quotes the CEO. "Then we will only be able to provide our services for 2?% instead of 30?% of the urban territory." He went on to say that "This is also problematic for the Belgian economy. Our company generated 40?million additional revenue for our catering partners in 2019."

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The couriers’ social status has been a bone of contention for some time, both in Belgium and abroad. In the Netherlands, for example, the matter led to contradictory verdicts by several judges.

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