U.K.’s top court rules Uber drivers are workers, not independent contractors


    The U.K. Supreme Court dismissed the ride-hailing company’s appeal, upholding a lower-court ruling that a group of former drivers were “very tightly defined and controlled by Uber,” and were entitled to workers’ rights like minimum wage and paid leave. (The Logic)

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