Algorithmic management replaces C Level Executive List direct labor control with a virtual control system that, through rankings or personalized scores, conditions the orders received by the worker and the rates charged. On the other hand, for the majority of C Level Executive List workers, workdays average eight or nine hours a day for several days a week. Many of them face this intense pace with little coverage against accidents and occupational hazards. As independent workers, they are not guaranteed a minimum remuneration and stop C Level Executive List from receiving income in the event of contingencies such as illnesses and/or accidents.
This constitutes a warning about the C Level Executive List consequences that the expansion of these forms of employment may have, to the extent that it tends towards an extreme polarization in the conditions of the workers, with a highly C Level Executive List qualified pole and protected by the protections of labor law and another with low qualification requirements, easily replaceable and excluded from labor regulations. In the context of the covid-19 pandemic, the precarious situation of workers was dramatically exposed. Although the C Level Executive List activity was declared essential in most of the countries in which restrictions.
On movement were established, workers C Level Executive List continued to carry out their tasks without adequate protocols or the provision of sufficient materials for personal care and hygiene by companies. In response to this situation, organizations that C Level Executive List represent these workers have already called for three international strikes by Rappi, Glovo, Ordenes Ya and Uber Eats couriers, which had the support of organizations in Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Argentina. and Mexico, with the aim of making visible the flagrant C Level Executive List contradiction that implies that a highly precarious group is in turn considered among essential workers.