Category
Select
Select a Category
Scooter
Underbone
Standard
Sport
Touring
Adventure
Dual Sport
Naked
Off-Road
Cruiser
Brand/Model
Select
Select a Brand/Model
        Price Range
        Select
        Below 100K
        100K-200K
        200K-300K
        300K-500K
        500K-1M
        Over 1M

        Dingdong PH starts regularizing its full-time fleet riders

        Will other companies follow suit?
        by John Paulo Aguilera Aug 11, 2021
        PHOTO: Dingdong PH

        As part of his vision to professionalize (the) delivery service, Dingdong Dantes recently announced the regularization of a pair of outstanding riders from his namesake e-commerce platform.

        On Instagram, the actor-businessman shared that a number of Dingdong PH partner-riders, who were onboarded pre-enhanced community quarantine, have now become full-time fleet riders.

        Continue reading below ↓

        He wrote, “When we started our Dingdong Riders Professionalization Program same time last year, I was hopeful that our humble collective effort will make a difference in the life of even just one person, who wants to stand back up amidst the pandemic.

        According to Dantes, the company values excellent service as much as its relationship with employees. Dingdong PH hopes to help its riders through career and personal development, as well as sustainable livelihood opportunities.

        Continue reading below ↓
        Recommended Videos

        He added, “We aim to create a path where individual subcontractors or freelancers will have the chance for a more regular engagement with Dingdong, and succeed in other fields such as rider training, emergency response and rider deployment, among others.

        “Indeed, I look forward to delivering to more doorsteps with excellence and ‘professional malasakit’ through our empowered Dingdong riders.”

        This move is a pretty big deal, especially amid debate over the treatment of food delivery riders in the Philippines. Senator Joel Villanueva once again pushed for a Freelancers Protection bill following the recent Foodpanda fiasco.

        Continue reading below ↓

        Labor secretary Silvestre Bello III also noted in an advisory that couriers who are considered employees of the online platform companies are entitled to some benefits under the Labor Code.

        However, those deemed as independent contractors or freelancers shall be governed by their respective contracts or agreements with the digital platform company,” he pointed out.

        See Also

        Top Bikes Philippines is now on Quento! Click here to download the app and enjoy more articles and videos from Top Bikes Philippines and your favorite websites.

        View other articles about:
        PHOTO: Dingdong PH

      • Quiz Results

      • TopBikes Rating:
        /20

        Starts at ₱

        TopBikes Rating:
        /20
        Starts at ₱