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Chinese food delivery giant Ele.me apologises for setting drivers ‘impossible’ targets for Lunar New Year bonuses

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Chinese food delivery giant Ele.me has apologised after its couriers accused the platform of setting impossible targets for holiday bonus pay.The company had tried to incentivise its couriers to stay put and continue working over Lunar New Year as the government sought to discourage travel to curb the spread of Covid-19.Under its system of incentives, the company offered rewards for completing a set number of deliveries over seven different phases starting on January 11 and running until the…

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Chinese food delivery giant Ele.me has apologised after its couriers accused the platform of setting impossible targets for holiday bonus pay.The company had tried to incentivise its couriers to stay put and continue working over Lunar New Year as the government sought to discourage travel to curb the spread of Covid-19.Under its system of incentives, the company offered rewards for completing a set number of deliveries over seven different phases starting on January 11 and running until the…

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