National Employment Law Project
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Uber must fix its biggest problem: a business model that mimics its founder’s irresponsibility.
It’s clear that the company will not tolerate an empowered workforce that negotiates its own wages and working conditions.
Uber needs to become a good place to work for its drivers, too.
President Trump’s promise to put America’s workers first has proven illusory.
This symbolic move doesn’t change the law nor anyone’s rights or responsibilities under the law.
Uber is built on a rocky foundation of swindling its own workers to make a buck.
Wanted: a nanny for one misbehaving executive.
A meager 2.5% benefits contribution hardly makes up for what’s lost when workers give up employee status.
Key principles for a broad public-private system of social benefits that is universal, portable, and flexible for all workers.