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5 Dez 2023

By Ted Codero, GMA News Online (Philippines)

Riders call on Grab to reinstate suspended, terminated drivers

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A group of riders urged Grab Philippines to reinstate drivers who had been suspended or terminated for joining protests against the ride hailing firm's alleged "unfair management."

These riders had joined a unity protest against Grab's new fare matrix that reduced the rate per order to P35 from the previous P45.

The food delivery riders, who were supported by the National Union of Food Delivery Riders, claimed that the new fare matrix reduced the riders' income.

They said the National Labor Relations Commission was tackling the supposed illegal termination of the riders.

In response to the issue, Grab said it was aware of the concerns raised by some delivery partners over the recent restructuring of the earnings model…