National Employment Law Project
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Taxi drivers & chauffeurs are killed on the job at a rate 5x higher than the average for all workers.
Behind the shiny veneer of Uber’s technological innovation lies a time-tested business model: labor exploitation.
NELP calls on Uber to treat its drivers as employees.
Will we harness technology to improve working conditions for the many, or to enrich the few?
These companies are showing that what’s good for workers is also good for business.
NELP’s Sarah Leberstein spoke at this year’s SXSW Conference, urging that workers in the “sharing economy” be treated fairly.
You don’t need an app to see that Uber is guilty of old-fashioned union-busting, writes Rebecca Smith.
The on-demand economy is starting to show some cracks, writes Rebecca Smith.
Drivers are protesting a unilateral 15 percent slashing of driver fares by Uber and Lyft.