MADRID, 3 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The self-employed organization Uatae has urged this Friday the Labor Inspectorate to "redouble efforts" to end the fraudulent use of false self-employed workers after the condemnation of Amazon and the infractions imposed on Glovo for "dodging" hiring, as employees, of hundreds of distributors.
"It is essential to stop these bad practices that continue to take place on the platforms and that have already led to the lifting by the Labor Inspectorate of 60,221 records with a collection of 393 million euros for contributions not paid at the time to Social Security "Uatae said in a statement.
For the general secretary of Uatae, María José Landaburu, the fraudulent use of false self-employed supposes "a scourge that splashes all levels of society", "which makes the situation of the affected workers precarious" and reduces the income of the State.
"The reinforcement of inspections and compliance with the law have to be the keys to be able to stop this fraud," says Landaburu, who added that it cannot be tolerated that the large platforms "continue basing their business model on the exploitation of this labor figure".