Tuesday, 05 March 2019 10:37

Deliveroo system now gives riders quicker access to earnings

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Levi Aron, Deliveroo Country Leader Australia Levi Aron, Deliveroo Country Leader Australia

Online food delivery and ordering business Deliveroo has introduced an initiative to allow riders in Australia to get paid sooner.

The launch of "Cash Out" means that riders can opt to receive their earnings the next day at the tap of a button and Deliveroo says the new feature will help riders manage their finances and access money faster.

Riders in Australia currently receive their earnings on a fortnightly basis; they can now also choose to get these earnings more quickly.

According to Deliveroo, the new feature reflects the changing world of work, with more and more people choosing flexible, on-demand ways of working to fit their lifestyle.

“Just as riders’ work is on-demand, many now also want to be able to access their earnings on-demand,” Deliveroo says.

Levi Aron, country leader for Deliveroo Australia, said: “Just as Deliveroo brings amazing food to people on-demand, riders can now choose to access their earnings on-demand.

“This is great news for riders who need instant access to their earnings, for whatever reason - be it for an unexpected bill or to take a spontaneous holiday.

“This new option for riders is all part of Deliveroo’s commitment to continuously improve our offer to riders and provide the flexible, well-paid work they want.”

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