Hermes has disputed claims that it pays its couriers less than the minimum wage, after an investigation by The Guardian suggested some of the carrier’s self-employed workers earn as little as £5.50 an hour. The article cites numerous Hermes couriers who earn between £5.50 and £7.30 per hour, although this does not include expenses such as fuel, insurance and vehicle maintenance, which can be claimed back. Hermes described the investigation as “disingenuous” and said that on average, its network of […]
Hermes looks set to introduce electric vans fleets across the country, after successfully running a fleet of them in London during the past months.
Hermes has won a contract with clothing and footwear company Cotton Traders.
Hermes has been awarded a two year extension on its contract with shoe retailer Clarks, which has seen it deliver three million parcels for the company since it won the contract in 2012.