Loggi Forced to Hire Couriers Under Brazil’s Labor Laws, Court Decides

Loggi Logistics may not use self-employed motorcycle couriers, says the court; the company will have to pay R$30 million in compensation.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A Labor Court decision released on Friday, December 6th, prohibits Loggi from maintaining its couriers as self-employed: they must instead be hired as employees under the CLT (Consolidation of Labor Laws) regime by May 2020; otherwise, the company will be fined R$10,000 (US$2.500) for noncompliance.

This applies to the whole of Brazil. In addition, it will be required to pay compensation of R$30 million.

Judge Lávia . . .

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