The European Commission is working on a new Directive that'd re-classify many self-employed people as workers making them eligible for a range of benefits such as sick pay and the minimum wage.
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Uber has agreed to consider its drivers as employees. They will not be considered full-time workers but will earn minimum wage when driving passengers, get sick pay and holiday time, and a pension.
Uber has lost its appeal at the UK's Supreme Court. It means that a group of 25 Uber drivers will now be considered employees of the firm meaning they're entitled to paid holidays and rest breaks.
UK Uber drivers will learn next Friday whether or not they're considered to be self-employed or employees of the ride-hailing firm. As employees, drivers would get sick pay, paid holidays and more.
Two Uber drivers and the App Drivers & Courier Union has taken the ride-hailing firm to court to try to learn whether the service's algorithms are discriminating against drivers or not.
Uber has lost a case against two people that have worked for the company. A London-based employment tribunal ruled the drivers are workers, not self-employed, and should have workers' rights.