GMB takes Bolt to tribunal in employment and pension fight

Legal action launched over denial of employment and pension benefits

Martin Richmond
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GMB takes Bolt to tribunal in employment and pension fight

GMB Union has launched legal action against ride-hailing company Bolt, taking it to an employment tribunal over the status of its drivers.

GMB is arguing that the drivers who work for Bolt should be classified as workers rather than as self-employed workers in order to receive workplace pensions and other workplace benefits. GMB na...

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