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Taxi Talk / Re: Revolute
« Last post by Octavia1 on Today at 01:15:02 pm »
The owlone across the hall left her bank card in  her ma,s gaff ......
Now wer down the bog .....is ther anyway her ma cud just sending the owlone across the halls bank card details allow her to pay me money I lent her ?
We both have flu ( lettin on flu) an bollixed to travel
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Taxi Talk / Re: Revolute
« Last post by John m on Today at 10:14:38 am »
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Taxi Talk / Re: Revolute
« Last post by John m on Today at 10:09:56 am »
Anyone had their profile picture changed to a baldy bloke?

They could be having problens there as well I was asked to update my profile picture .
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Taxi Talk / Re: Revolute
« Last post by vandriver on Today at 09:53:10 am »
Anyone had their profile picture changed to a baldy bloke?
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Taxi Talk / 25% comission POOR APP PROVIDERS
« Last post by John m on Today at 09:50:59 am »
EU plan would reclassify food delivery and ride app workers as employees
Any worker whose job is controlled by a digital platform can presume that they are an employee regardless of what they are called in their contract
EU plan would reclassify food delivery and ride app workers as employees
The EU report said the change would give millions more workers for companies like Deliveroo, Uber and Bolt access to minimum-wage and legal protections.

As many as 4.1 million people working through food delivery and ride-hailing apps could be reclassified as employees under a forthcoming European Union plan meant to improve gig workers’ labor rights.

The draft proposal, seen by Bloomberg, could cost the sector up to €4.5bn more a year, the EU estimates. It would likely give millions more workers for companies like Deliveroo, Uber and Bolt access to minimum-wage and legal protections. Another 3.8 million workers would receive confirmation they are self-employed.

Shares in Deliveroo fell as much as 5.6% in early trading this morning while Delivery Hero fell 2.7%.

Digital platforms are pushing against the commission’s proposal, which they claim would lead to massive job losses. Earlier this year, Spain classified food delivery workers as couriers, prompting Deliveroo to pull out of the country and other food delivery apps to reduce their operations.

In a risk assessment, the European Commission wrote that it wasn’t possible to calculate potential job losses and that the rule changes may “negatively affect” workers’ flexibility. *****The rules are also likely to increase the cost of delivery and rider apps, as the EU executive noted that “consumers may be faced” with part of the platforms’ increased costs.***************

The bloc’s executive arm said the proposals were assessed to be the most effective way to improve conditions for workers and help them access social protections. Member states could see some €4bn in increased tax and social security contributions annually.

Under the proposed rules, which are expected to be made public next week, any worker whose job is controlled by a digital platform can presume that they are an employee regardless of what they are called in their contract. Digital platforms would have the legal obligation to prove that the worker isn’t an employee.

The rules would affect operations that meet two of five criteria: determining pay for workers, setting appearance and conduct standards, supervising the quality of work, restricting the ability to accept or refuse tasks, or limiting the ability to build a client base.

The commission will present its proposal next week and will still need to garner support from EU countries and the European Parliament before becoming law.

Bloomberg

     
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Taxi Talk / Re: Mammys against Masks
« Last post by John m on Today at 09:14:52 am »
And you wonder why people protest this nonsence.....The Government has delayed the introduction of PCR and antigen testing for air and sea passengers arriving into Ireland by 48 hours.

The measure was due to come into force today, however an Aer Lingus spokesperson told RTÉ News that they were informed last night by the Government that the regulations will be delayed until Sunday.

The Government delayed the testing requirement in order to allow passengers and carriers to prepare for the measure.

A senior Government source said this would give more time, for example, for passengers to get a PCR test and result before travelling into Ireland.

Yesterday they rushed a bill through the Dail to allow more lockdown then decided ah Fuck it we will wait till Monday .
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Taxi Talk / Re: Mammys against Masks
« Last post by Tarmac on December 02, 2021, 11:59:45 pm »
Skinny lattes and frappuccino orgasms and fingering each other be more like it!!
+1
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Taxi Talk / Re: Mammys against Masks
« Last post by John m on December 02, 2021, 11:32:16 pm »
My 2 daughters, and 1 of my grandaughters will be there also. Like you John, I don't agree with most of their opinions on Covid, but respect their right to have them.

Thank you Frank for your reply I am not asking for support just advising drivers to divert .But my kids like me would prefer to be dead than buried alive .We never listen to what the man says .We make up our own minds .I think its obvious I speak my mind and dont give either of my two fucks what any body else thinks .Thankfully I passed that quality on to my kin .
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Taxi Talk / Re: Mammys against Masks
« Last post by Bob Shillin on December 02, 2021, 11:26:07 pm »
My 2 daughters, and 1 of my grandaughters will be there also. Like you John, I don't agree with most of their opinions on Covid, but respect their right to have them.
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Taxi Talk / Re: Mammys against Masks
« Last post by John m on December 02, 2021, 11:02:14 pm »
Skinny lattes and frappuccino orgasms and fingering each other be more like it!!

Hal I have two daughters and a son in law they will all be at this protest tomorrow .I wont because I dont agree with them .But I am a proud father that I raised two Girls in a male dominated world that will stand up for what they believe in .Your previous post is beneath you .If you think what you said is clever show it to your daughter or wife .Our kid has been fined and threatened with Jail but still protests .Have you got that conviction .Dont demene those who have a counter version of what is your belief .
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