These companies can’t be allowed to distance themselves from the tactics of the people they hire to do their dirty work…..
Ride-hailing companies have used their money to avoid recrimination for shady business practices for years, but California finally claims a big win.
“These companies are engaged in a fight to benefit a business model that essentially denies workers their rights,” said Dennis Herrera, the San Francisco city attorney. “Their business model depends on them violating the law.”
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This includes household names such as Uber, Lyft, Casper, and Eventbrite which we’ve all used, and begs the question: why did we allow so many unprofitable companies IPO?
The classification of gig workers for companies like Uber, Lyft, Instacart, DoorDash and Postmates has long been a topic of debate. Since California worker-protection bill AB 5 became law, some companies have gone to great lengths to continue classifying workers as independent contractors.
Employees were being notified Wednesday….
In the statement, Uber said the decision was “arbitrary” and violated the company’s right to due process