Why a Brussels labour tribunal qualified Deliveroo riders as self-employed
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Nicolas Simon
Nicolas Simon is a partner at Van Olmen & Wynant, focusing on psychosocial risks, discrimination, and privacy issues in the use of new technologies

After more than two years of investigations by the Brussels’ Labour Prosecutor, on 8 December 2021, the Labour Tribunal of Brussels ruled that Deliveroo riders should not be qualified as employees, but rather as self-employed workers. However, they do not qualify to work under the fiscally beneficial sharing economy system.


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