The court has ruled that Deliveroo is an employer and you as a self-employed person can now claim an employment contract and a subsequent payment from Deliveroo. With a contract you still have the freedom to register when you want to work, but you also have many advantages that you do not have as a self-employed person.
In January 2019, the court ruled that the CLA for Professional Goods Transport applies to Deliveroo. An appeal is now pending. We expect that the Court will rule in June that this collective labor agreement does indeed apply. That seems very logical, because you transport goods, and then your hourly wages are even higher.
As a rider you usually work at the times when most people are free. Working in the evening and during weekends also has a price tag according to this CLA: allowances. That can add up.
Depending on when you work, your age and how long you have been working for Deliveroo, we can calculate what you will earn. On the basis of the Collective Labor Agreement for Professional Goods Transport, you earn per hour (gross):
Job salary scale B from the age of 21 (from 1 January 2020):
Youth wages are a percentage of the WML (statutory minimum wage)