Gig economy rights: Uber case reaches Court of Appeal
The long-running case concerning the employment status of Uber drivers has now reached the Court of Appeal. Uber is appealing against the decision that its drivers should be treated as workers rather than self-employed, meaning that they have a right to paid annual leave and the national minimum wage. The unions calculate that this is... Read more »
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