Foodpanda, one of the leading food delivery platforms in Hong Kong, reached a deal on pay packages with its couriers late on Thursday, bringing to an end a labour dispute that sparked a two-day strike last weekend.
Company operations director Pedro Dias and courier Waqas Fida, one of the organisers of the strike involving 200 workers, shook hands after Thursday’s seven-hour meeting at Foodpanda’s headquarters in Sheung Wan and announced a consensus had been reached.
After two rounds of talks that stretched to 14 hours in total, Foodpanda Hong Kong promised to improve the riders’ pay package and deal with issues with its ordering app. Neither side disclosed the details of the terms agreed.
“They gave us a very good package, and we’ve done our best to get what we want,” said Fida, 27, adding that some of the promised measures would come into effect next month.
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