Industry has boomed for parcel courier DPD correct through lockdown.
Nonetheless, a neighborhood of 76 extinct drivers are taking the company to court docket to wrestle for employment rights.
Ruth Lane, whose husband Don Lane died in 2018 and Alistair Mcleary, whose contract changed into once terminated in 2018, part their stories.
DPD strongly refute many of their claims and now provide a unusual form of contract with more rights, but squawk most drivers beget the self-employed franchise contracts.
Produced by: Bryony Hopkins
Senior Producer: Natalie Truswell
Filmed and edited by: Alvaro Alvarez
Commissioning Editor: Kimberley Rowell