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Source: The Guardian
UK Deliveroo riders can earn as little as £2 an hour, survey finds
Deliveroo couriers can earn as little as £2 an hour, according to a survey of more than 300 riders for the food delivery service.
As the company prepares for an £8.8bn stock market flotation next month, analysis of thousands of invoices sent in by riders found that as many as a third of the riders who took part in the survey received less than the legal minimum hourly wage for over-25s of £8.72.
Deliveroo has said riders are paid more than £10 an hour on average, but the analysis by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism of invoices collected via Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain found more than half of the couriers were paid less than that.
It found that one cycle courier in Yorkshire was paid the equivalent of £2 an hour over 180 hours of work.
The food delivery group does not guarantee minimum pay rates, as it argues couriers are independent self-employed contractors not entitled to benefits such as holiday pay and thee national minimum wage.
Couriers are supposed to receive an average £4 to £5 an order but they say that pay rates are complex, making it hard to calculate what they are owed.