With Luigi Di Maio, Italy’s Minister of Economic Development, Labour and Social Policies, having forced meal delivery giants to sit around the negotiating table with trade unions, to agree on a national collective agreement (CCN) for delivery riders, social partners from the logistics sector have muscled in on the debate. As pledged by employer groups and the Filt-Cgil, Fit-Cisl et UilTrasporti trade unions in December last year, when the sector’s CCN was renewed (see article n°10482), the social partners reached an agreement on a professional profile for delivery riders on 18 July. The professional profile remains theoretical, since the platforms are not members of employer organisations and riders are not recognised as employees by platforms.
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