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The work of gig-economy companies during the COVID-19 pandemic is also a problem not only in terms of employees, but also a serious challenge for customers of platform services. As you know, most platform services do not require couriers to provide health certificates, and given the extremely long hours of work (sometimes up to 16 hours a day), couriers and drivers simply do not have time to visit a doctor and learn about your health, so there is a risk of infecting the end user.

The coronavirus epidemic has once again radically raised the issue of legal protection for gig-economy workers. However, it also exposed the problem of demand for services provided by platform companies, because only in a situation of widespread demand for delivery services, etc., these companies can operate and make a profit, indirectly disrespecting the rights of employees.

Therefore, the best thing that can be done during the quarantine to overcome the systemic problems of gig-economy - is to develop a set of measures to address the issue of recognition of employees in gig-economy employees.

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