Why this flexible work platform is seeing a boom in sourcing riders for delivery giants like Meituan and Ele.me

//Why this flexible work platform is seeing a boom in sourcing riders for delivery giants like Meituan and Ele.me

Why this flexible work platform is seeing a boom in sourcing riders for delivery giants like Meituan and Ele.me

As a courier in Beijing delivering fresh produce, 40-year-old Yan Zhaojun works around 14 hours per day, delivering 40 to 60 orders on average.This earns him around 6,000 yuan (US$876) per month and he will get a bonus of around 1,000 yuan if he manages to deliver over 1,000 orders a month. Yan said the bonus was achievable for most couriers provided they do not take too much time off.It is arduous work and the income he receives is hardly a small fortune. But after having to close his small…

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By | 2020-09-10T22:15:10+00:00 September 10th, 2020|Technology|Comments Off on Why this flexible work platform is seeing a boom in sourcing riders for delivery giants like Meituan and Ele.me