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Judge pauses pay hike for NYC delivery workers

Couriers’ $18 hourly wage is on hold after lawsuits from DoorDash, Grubhub and Uber Eats prompted a judge to stay the rule. A hearing is scheduled for later this month.


Delivery apps sue NYC over minimum wage hike for couriers

In a pair of lawsuits, DoorDash, Grubhub and Uber Eats warned that the $17.96 hourly wage could cripple the delivery market.

The “coming soon” sign had been lit up for two-plus years, but the 8,000-square-foot location finally opened Tuesday, with blocks-long lines of fans waiting to get in.

Nine out of 10 restaurants say they need the cap in order to remain profitable, according to a study by the New York City Hospitality Alliance.

The pay floor for New York City, Long Island and Westchester County would rise next year to $16 on way to $17. Other parts of the state would have a mandated minimum of $16

Included along with 15 local vendors is Good to Go, designed by the foundation to serve as an incubator for fast-casual concepts.

Third-party couriers now stand to earn $19.96 an hour by 2025, nearly $4 less than what was originally proposed.

Businesses that pay all of their delinquent charges will have the interest forgiven.

The bill passed Thursday is expected to save restaurants thousands of dollars. Mayor Adams has not revealed whether he'll sign it.

A new bill would allow restaurants to pay more than the current limit for things like marketing and promotions. Grubhub has aired its support for the proposal.

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