Legislators are looking at a new California law that is receiving pushback from Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash.
OCT. LCT Editor's Edge: The outcome helps preserve the legal luxury ground transportation industry while clarifying the debate over fairness and rules.
GCLA members will get the latest details on a pending state bill that could transform TNCs, and an update on LAX construction traffic patterns.
By forming their own corporation, TNC workers could win leverage over companies that refuse to consider them employees.
A coalition confirmed it gave money to gig workers to cover the costs of travel and expenses for the day.
A California Senate committee moves the proposal forward as crowds rally for and against it.
The defendant must also pay more than $180,000 in back pay and damages.
Legislation that favors employee status for workers could change the status of Uber and Lyft drivers.
The IRS believes many people driving for Uber and Lyft cheat on their taxes, and it wants Congress to help crack down.
This comes after rules kicked in Feb. 1 ruling drivers must make a minimum of $17.22 an hour.
The amount is a fraction of what could have been required and its business model of independent contractors stays intact.
Public safety, fair labor, and stricter enforcement define this year’s legislative agenda for the GCLA.
Uber so far has declined to join the lawsuit against the measure, which could result in rate increases for ridehail customers.
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