“(Glovo) has violated fundamental labour rights and they have obstructed the work of the investigation. For this reason, action has been taken against this company,” Diaz told reporters, adding “We will make them comply with the law”.
Glovo said that it had fully collaborated with the labour ministry investigation, which it said took place before a new law came into force.
“During the inspection period, Glovo asked to expand and provide its evidence, reflections and assessments as well as different documentation, which was rejected by the labour inspection,” it said in a statement.
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