On Tuesday, delivery partners working with Dunzo organized a protest against the firm’s most recent compensation and incentive scheme.
Story so far: In the event that the company won’t go back to its old payment structure, which was vastly different from the recently implemented system, protesters pledged to prolong their strike. A delivery partner, Bharath H K, reported that the corporation had decreased its minimum guaranteed payments.
- Previously, it paid ₹2,000 for 27 deliveries. Currently, he claimed, they get ₹1,900 for 31 deliveries.
- Earnings per km were ₹7 earlier, but it is only ₹6 now. The base salary for the first 2 km was ₹15, but it is now ₹10 per km.
Slashed incentives: According to Bharath, incentive payouts have also been reduced. Earlier, employees used to receive a daily incentive of ₹900 for making deliveries totalling ₹650. Thus, a total daily income of about Rs 1,550 would result. But right now, it’s virtually the opposite.