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Uber withdrew its appeal of a NYS unemployment ruling that found three former drivers and all other similarly situated drivers(…)
Ride-hailing companies can afford to pay a living wage but choose not to.
An important new report by Data & Society highlights the employment barriers and discrimination risks created by online labor platforms(…)
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,(…)
Uber and Lyft have been able to rewrite the laws in 41 states to benefit themselves—and undermine protections for workers(…)
Black and Latinx workers are overrepresented in nonstandard work with the lowest job quality: temporary help agency work.
It seems the gig is up for many companies that call their workers independent contractors.
The court clarified what it means to be a true independent contractor.