Uber drivers win landmark case in UK

Tech firm Uber forced to review employment contractsTech firm Uber forced to review employment contracts

The gig economy in the UK has just been dealt a blow after an employment tribunal ruled that two workers for Uber had the right to be considered as employees and should be paid the national living wage as well as holiday and sick pay. The ride-hailing company had defended the case on the grounds that it was a tech platform and that its drivers were self-employed contractors. The case leaves Uber open to further claims and could pressure other companies to review the way staff are contracted and paid. Read more…

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