Uber and the rights of its drivers
Published on 29 Nov 2019
Uber is being driven up the wall by a new UK court ruling.
It states that its drivers are officially classed as “workers” instead of self-employed as the company suggests. Not only does this landmark ruling have huge implications for Uber, but the entire gig economy as a whole. Hitch a ride through the video and find out why!
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