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It’s no secret that gig workers have a tough time getting any benefits at all, thanks to the transient nature and the often low pay of the jobs they do. But amid increasing efforts to correct that situation, a new app is offering some help.
Wired reports that the portal benefits app, called Alia, has been undergoing testing by Fair Care Labs, which is the innovation arm of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, an organization that advocates for and organizes domestic workers.
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