Following Friday’s wildcat strike by UberEATS couriers, bosses at the app-based company decided it was pertinent to sack a.k.a ‘deactivate’ Imran Siddiqui, whom they viewed as a leader in the collective action.
Imran has invested time and money into working for UberEATS, and the company’s retaliatory act of victimisation means that Imran is barred from earning money from the job he relies on, for no other reason than because he has exercised his right to protest and UberEATS bosses didn’t like it.
Imran deserves praise – not victimisation – for taking a stand against poverty wages. Please take a moment to sign and share the petition that is taking off in his support!
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LIVING WAGE NOW!!!