Analogue safety rules aren’t fit for the digital world of work

14 October 2019

The past decade has seen seismic changes in the way we work. New technology has freed employees from their traditional bases, while apps have meant some gig economy workers are now better able to juggle work and family life.

But for those on low pay providing essential local services, the app age has cost them their work freedom and, in some cases, their safety.

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