UBER drivers are "workers" entitled to minimum wage, paid annual leave, other workers’ rights: UK Supreme Court

The Court has rejected Uber London's stance that the drivers are not "workers" and that they are independent contractors with Uber as their booking agent.
UBER drivers are "workers" entitled to minimum wage, paid annual leave, other workers’ rights: UK Supreme Court
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In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (UK) has ruled that Uber drivers are 'workers', rejecting Uber London's stance that the drivers are only independent contractors with Uber as their booking agent (Uber BV and others v. Aslam and others).

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