The Public Labor Ministry of Brazil filed four complaints on Monday against the Uber, Rappi, 99 and Lalamove platforms so that the Justice forces them to recognize all drivers who use them as formal employees to offer transportation or delivery services.

The Prosecutor’s Office alleges that the mobile transport and delivery applications violate the labor rights of its collaborators and demands that all the guarantees of employees with a formal contract be recognized, such as contributions to social security, vacations, unemployment, Christmas bonuses and hours extras and Sunday.

The complaints were presented before the Judicial Court of the state of Sao Paulo but have national application, so, if they are accepted by the Justice, they will benefit the drivers of the four platforms throughout the country.