78% of couriers working in the Delivery Club and Yandex.Eda services are satisfied with their working conditions. This follows from the research carried out by the Romir holding in August.
Thus, 74% of respondents said that they are attracted by a free schedule, 35% of respondents like that working as a courier is a good option for a side job, 20% of couriers like the opportunity to move around the city a lot.
A less pleasant aspect of the courier's work is the fines. Thus, seven out of ten workers said they received fines. The indicator is the same for both services. 44% of the respondents note that they themselves are to blame for the fines, another 40% blame errors in the application algorithms, and 11% blame the foremen.
In Moscow, 65% of couriers earn over 40 thousand rubles a month. In the regions, only 17% of couriers reported this. At the same time, in Delivery Club the share of respondents with earnings from 40 to 60 thousand rubles is higher than in Yandex.Eda - 33% versus 29%.
Earlier, information appeared on the Web that one of the couriers working with this company received a "minus salary" for a 12-hour shift. Trade unionists point out that food delivery workers in sweatshops regularly face multiple fines, which sometimes leave them in debt to their employer. In July, couriers have already held protests in Moscow, speaking out against non-payment of salaries by intermediaries attracted by Delivery Club. However, despite joining their own free trade union, delivery workers continue to face violations of their labor rights on a daily basis. chernayakobra.ru managed to find out how this happens, as well as what does the head of Sberbank German Gref and offshore companies from the Virgin Islands have to do with it.