Gorillas, a German food delivery startup, decided to put all its riders on the payroll from the day it launched, offering them a contract, health insurance and paid vacation.
Europe’s fastest-growing unicorn did so, the company said, because it wanted to operate “a counter-model to the gig economy”.
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