Uber’s business model has been dealt a major blow by a British employment tribunal.
Responding to a case brought by of its two drivers, with the backing of a trade union, the tribunal judges ruled the taxi app can no longer treat those drivers as self-employed.
That means it would have to pay them the minimum wage and offer paid holidays. The judges also said that working hours began from the moment most drivers logged into the app rather than just per ride.
This is just the latest setback …
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