Tagged With AB-5

Uber gave drivers more control to prove they're independent. Now the company is taking back control because drivers actually used it.


Uber and DoorDash are hiking food delivery and rideshare prices for Californians to pay for new driver benefits


DoorDash lists Prop 22 as a risk factor for its IPO, warning that other states may decide to adopt California's controversial legislation



An Uber engineer says he quit after the company pressured employees to advocate for Prop 22, which would exempt ride-hailing companies from California's gig worker law


A California appeals court unanimously upheld a ruling that Uber and Lyft must reclassify their drivers as employees under the state's gig work law


Uber and Lyft faced tough questions from California judges as they seek to keep classifying drivers as contractors



The CEO of Just Eat Takeaway, one of the world's largest food delivery companies, reportedly pledged to stop relying on gig workers


Uber and Lyft say the battle over AB-5 is about preserving flexibility for part-time gig workers. The reality is their businesses have become dependent on full-time drivers and they can't afford to pay them like employees.


Uber and Lyft are threatening to shut down their operations in California, and experts warn that 'drivers are the ones who get screwed'


Lyft's president threatened to shut down California operations over a court ruling requiring the company to reclassify drivers as employees


Uber's CEO took a shot at labour groups, accusing them of being driven by 'politics' in the massive fight over drivers' employment status


Uber and Lyft just got hit with another lawsuit in California over claims the companies are skirting the state's gig worker law



California seeking to force Uber and Lyft to reclassify drivers as employees within weeks


Uber and Lyft drivers are now employees under California law, according to a new ruling from regulators


Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says drivers should receive tiered healthcare benefits based on how many hours they work, and that the company would pay for it


'This is why people are so angry': Tech giants like Google, Facebook, and Uber built their empires on the backs of contractors. A pandemic is showing just how horrifically that model failed American workers.



Truck drivers in California detested a new law that just went into effect — but a federal judge ruled at the last minute that it doesn't apply to them