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Apps have made ride-sharing, room-renting and ordering a meal easier than ever. The technology relies on a burgeoning workforce to support what's become known as the gig economy. But what does it mean when your boss is an app? Join host Sara Mojtehedzadeh as she follows a group of food couriers who are challenging the powerful business model -- in a fight that could redefine the future of work.
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4.3 stars from 131 ratings
I knew these apps were a bit exploitative, but I had no idea how evil they were towards workers. I was already a fan of Sara Mojtehedzadeh’s work from her Fiera Foods exposé a few years ago. This podcast didn’t disappoint! She is great at highlighting the barriers and struggles that workers face...Read full review »
tessaaaaas via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/14/20
It’s amazing and I love everything about it👍
zacgra via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/03/20
Super biased. Preaches to the choir.
user48151235 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/03/20
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