Uber wins right not to treat drivers as employees; paid time off isn’t salary, says court

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Uber et al win right ‘not’ to treat drivers as employees

It’s the case where the verdicts continue to yo-yo from one side to the other. In the latest round of court drama, it’s the ride-sharing/delivery app employers that have won out (this time anyway) – after a Californian court ruled that firms like Uber and Lyft ‘can’ continue to treat their workers as independent contractors rather than employees (as the drivers want). Despite groups claiming drivers are denied basic employee rights by being classified as independent contractors (everything from sick leave to holiday pay), a district court of appeal

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