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Uber Drivers Miss Out On $5,500 Per Year in Benefits

Posted on August 21, 2015

Uber drivers in six major U.S. cities would receive paid holidays and health care benefits worth an average of $5,500 a year, plus thousands more in mileage reimbursement, if the company provided them with the same benefits as its full-time employees, according to a new NerdWallet study.

Read the full story at time.com.

Related Topics: driver pay, employee benefits, employee vs independent contractor, labor laws, lawsuits, legal issues, TNCs, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 3 years ago

    California- 160,000 guber drivers X 5,500 dollars is 880,000,000 in savings from guber. So close to 1 billion. Their so called 2 billion in profit is false

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