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When workers organize, they can win even against tech behemoths.
The state should ensure that gig workers have full rights as employees.
Our amicus brief argues that there are compelling social and public policy reasons why “gig” workers like Uber drivers should(…)
The NLRB memo ignores the reality of Uber’s relationship with its drivers and the myriad ways it controls their work.
The unnamed gig company will likely use the letter as a free pass to misclassify workers.
Uber and Handy have teamed up with the far right to rewrite laws across the country.
Uber withdrew its appeal of a NYS unemployment ruling that found three former drivers and all other similarly situated drivers(…)
Two recent actions by the National Labor Relations Board will make it harder for outsourced workers to organize and gain(…)
The Washington State legislature holds hearings in the labor committees of both houses, to consider bills to address the issues(…)