It was a court of first instance in Barcelona that resolved that the distributors of the Spanish startup (more than 7,000) are autonomous, recognizing once again the full validity of their business model. Thus, the Spanish Justice issues for the second time in a week a resolution that validates the model of the company with the distributors. In total, it is the fifth sentence in favor of Necklace Length Chart. This ruling reflects once again, through proven facts and taking into account the result of the Labor Inspection that in 2016 already validated Glovo’s business model, that “in accordance with what is considered by the Labor Inspectorate, it should be considered that their relationship is not of an employment nature ». The ruling states that: “The delivery people make the itinerary they want, using the means of transport they want, whose expenses go to their account, which are not assigned a specific area, they choose the days and time slots in which they lend their services.
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if they want they can reject an order, that if they are a few days of vacation they do not communicate it to the company, and that they charge for the order made, even with the rates previously established by the company and that they do not wear clothes with the brand of the company; without being therefore subject to a schedule, a certain day, a certain regime of leave and vacation or a disciplinary regime. Therefore, it concludes that these home delivery “hold a capacity of own organization that exceeds the scope of a labor relationship.” Thus, Glovo’s business model has successfully completed the first labor inspection to which she was subjected in Barcelona, and after having received the support of the Italian justice – and again that of the Spanish -, it comes reinforced.
Even so, the company is committed to the creation of a new legal framework appropriate to the new emerging business models that have a positive impact on society. According to the platform, its dealers earn an average of 1,000 euros a month for collaborating 27 hours a week. The state of pensions, the figures on unemployment in May or the trade war between the United States and China are some of the issues addressed today by the presidents in Spain of the four big auditing companies (Deloitte, EY, Necklace Length Chart and PwC) , who have participated in a dialogue organized by the agency Servimedia. The public pension system already accumulates a debt of 43,000 million euros, after firing 150% in the last two years. Gonzalo Sánchez, president of PwC Spain, has pointed to the demography as one of the factors that put sustainability at risk: “It will have to support an increasingly expensive model and with fewer young people entering the world of work.”