Saturday 17 April 2021

GLOBO Delivery Drivers Protested Monday

Several workers of the Globo delivery app held a protest Monday afternoon in the area of Montes de Oca, San Pedro (San Jose) and including burned some of their delivery bags.

The protest is against the company, one of the main reasons is the constant change in the work rules. They complain that their complaints are often ignored by the company.

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