Many millennial consumers prefer informative advertising. So what happens when businesses release misleading adverts?
Feedr is a cloud-based canteen offering sustainably delivered and nutritious food produced by artisan vendors. Should Deliveroo watch out?
Deliveroo may have faced some heavy losses of late, but it ploughed on with its fundraising endeavour, securing itself the title of fastest-growing tech business in the UK.
Sizeable economic and social changes are understandably met with scepticism, often resistance, and sometimes even hostility. But should we be scared of the sharing economy? Or, should we continue to welcome it with cautious optimism?
We’ve all heard the terrifying statistics around workforce automation and how our jobs are at risk of being taken over by robots and algorithms. In fact, already, we see it happening with ATMs, self-checkout counters and online gambling.
It’s impossible to ignore the rise of the gig economy, so RJP’s Anne Eager explains how HMRC will go about tackling this new tax collection quandary.
News that a CitySprint worker has won the right to be called a worker, rather than self-employed, proves rulings are only going one way in the gig economy.
Aaron Hayward, employment specialist at DJM Solicitors, takes a look at the wider gig economy as Amazon comes under fire for unfair treatment of its delivery drivers.
The end of October saw two taxi drivers win a case against Uber with the help of GM Trade Union for the right to be classed as “workers”. Many suggested it would open the floodgates to claims against similar firms with on-demand staff – and news about Deliveroo suggests the sentiment is true.