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In consultation with the Fairwork team, the following platforms agreed to implement changes to their policies or practices:

Fair Contracts:

AseoYa has introduced an addendum changing the notice period for changes made to the contract from 10 to 30 days.

Hogarú is developing a pilot programme to assess the financial sustainability of permanent contracts for its workers.

In Colombia, the platform economy encompasses a wide variety of businesses, platforms, and ventures: from delivery platforms such as Rappi, through transport platforms (Uber, Didi, Cabify, Indrive), to domestic work (Hogarú, Aux, AseoYa). According to a study by the Center of Economic and Social Research, Fedesarrollo, there are approximately 200,000 people working in food delivery and ride-hailing platforms.

The second Fairwork Colombia report presents a comprehensive analysis of working conditions in digital labour platforms in a changing political and economic context. The report assesses 11 platforms in three sectors: domestic, ride-hailing and delivery services.

Analysis of labour reform proposal for platform work

The Fairwork Colombia team has analysed the key points of the Labor Reform proposed by the Ministry of Labor regarding work on digital labour platforms.


Launch event for the Fairwork Colombia 2022 report