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Just Eat: No longer working with self-employed people in Europe | Financial



This is what CEO Jitse Groen tells the BBC.

At Thuisbezorgd, the Dutch branch of Just Eat Takeaway, which Groen founded 20 years ago, suppliers have always been employed. This is in contrast to the competitors Deliveroo and Uber Eats, which include the self-employed model for delivery drivers.

Security

“We are a large multinational with a lot of money and we want our people to be safe,”

; says Groen. “We want to make sure they have the right insurance and that we pay taxes for them.”

JET recently published the figures for the half year. The company closes the first six months of 2020 with a larger loss on higher sales.

The corona crisis slightly damaged the company. In March, the meal supplier had less turnover because people had hoarded in the supermarket and therefore ordered less. But it picked up very quickly from April, says Groen.


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