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Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling - Top Tweets

Uber won’t comply with a new California law requiring contract workers to be reclassified as employees, saying drivers are not core to its business.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling - Top Tweets Photo

🙌 Great news from California as Senate approves new bill to protect #Uber drivers’ rights! #GigEconomy workers must be treated as employees. We’re working on a proposal for new EU rules to face this challenge that impacts our cities and regions..

Keerpunt? New California law makes Uber and Lyft drivers employees. #uber #lyft #gigantisme @GeertNoels @PeterDeKeyzer.

[email protected] shares are down about 25% from an initial public offering in May, which valued the company at about $78 billion. @lyft.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling - Top Tweets Photo

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling #Tech.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling - Top Tweets Photo

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling - Top Tweets Photo

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling Ravie Lakshmanan.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling #tech.

UBER DODGY: DRIVERS ‘OUTSIDE’ OUR CORE BUSINESS! Can they set their own rates as independent contractors? If not, they are.

California bill passes to classify #Lyft and #Uber drivers as employees #NewMobility #Taxi.

Uber argues its drivers aren’t core to its business, won’t reclassify them as employees via @Verge.

Heavy on the front of #digitallabor regulation: #California has just approved the law that requires platforms such as #Uber and #Lyft to treat their drivers as employees..

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling - Top Tweets Photo

Confusion and Defiance Follow California’s New Contractor Law by KATE CONGER and NOAM SCHEIBER via NYT After state lawmakers voted to extend minimum-wage and other protections to independent contractors, Uber said it would not treat its drivers as ://ift….

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling - Top Tweets Photo

Uber argues its drivers aren’t core to its business, won’t reclassify them as employees via @Verge.

Uber argues its drivers aren’t core to its business, won’t reclassify them as employees.

Uber has generated billions of dollars from the labor of its drivers without the expense of treating them as employees. California is poised to disrupt that business model, and the ride-hailing behemoth is gearing up for another legal fight..

Uber claims new California law still won’t force it to classify drivers as employees.

Uber won’t reclassify drivers as employees, despite California’s AB5 ruling - Top Tweets Photo

Uber claims new California law still won’t force it to classify drivers as employees.

Uber braces for fight as California wants it to treat drivers as employees.

Bill just passed in California makes Uber and Lyft drivers employees. Passed senate. Governor expected to sign it. Effective Jan 1st..

Uber won’t comply with a new California law requiring contract workers to be reclassified as employees, saying drivers are not core to its business.

California has passed a bill that will likely classify Lyft and Uber drivers as employees rather than contractors. The new bill could cost the companies as much as $3,625 per California driver and about $800 million a year combined.