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Uber in Supreme Court after losing appeal on worker rights

Back in 19 DECEMBER 2018, Uber took its gig economy battle to the Supreme Court after it failed to overturn a ruling that grants its drivers workers’ rights.

He said: “I am dismayed that implementation of worker status for drivers is further delayed while Uber seeks yet another appeal. This is nothing more than a cynical ploy to delay inevitable changes to its business model while it pursues a record breaking $120 billion stock market flotation.”

The company faced a backlash from its drivers earlier last year after changing its pay structure in 20 cities across the US ahead of its planned listing in 2019.

The case was brought by two Uber drivers, who were represented by the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (IWGB). Uber mounted a two day appeal in September.


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