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Uber’s Latest Concession Could Spell Trouble For Drivers

Posted on January 29, 2018

For years, Uber has battled driver complaints of unfair treatment. But the $48 billion startup recently announced its interest in exploring state legislation that could provide certain benefits to gig workers, many of whom — along with lawyers and labor activists — have fought for years to be recognized as employees.

BuzzFeed News article here

Related Topics: driver behavior, employee vs independent contractor, labor laws, TNCs, Uber, unionization

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