05 September 2018 | Platform economy record | Uber | On-location platform-determined routine work | Court ruling
On 28 October 2016, the London-based Employment Tribunal found that under the Uber business model, two drivers were workers, not self-employed contractors, and were therefore entitled to national minimum wage and paid holiday.
Employment Tribunals (2016), Aslam and Farrar vs Uber Case: 2202550/2015, London, UK.
On-location platform-determined routine work
employment status, legal issues
Employment Tribunal (Judicial)
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