National Employment Law Project
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Should big companies that break the law get to decide if and when the rules apply to them?
New Yorkers secured a huge victory today in the fight to reclaim our democracy from the outsized influence of corporations.
A state agency ruled that three former Uber drivers (and others like them) were employees for purposes of unemployment insurance.
Today’s report echoes what driver-members of the Taxi Workers Alliance in New York, as well as drivers across the country,(…)
Black and Latinx workers are overrepresented in nonstandard work with the lowest job quality: temporary help agency work.
The gig is up for employers who misclassify their workers as independent contractors.
Deploying hundreds of lobbyists, Uber and Lyft have rigged the rules in 41 states to preempting or override local policies.
Uber has little regard for its customers and no regard whatsoever for the drivers who make its profits possible.
Uber must fix its biggest problem: a business model that mimics its founder’s irresponsibility.