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DH_uber

Active Member
interesting times for our colleagues in London.
Uber appeals over court ruling giving drivers benefits

Typical arrogant Uber, they never accept any court ruling against them, they bully to have their own way, and if any court ruling goes against them they always appeal.

Funny that according to the article: Uber executive Fred Jones told the BBC it was appealing because 80% of its drivers would rather be self-employed than a worker.

Yet only 10% of drivers remain after 1 year as self employed contractors, because they are so browned off and fed up.

The two sets of figures don't jive .
 

UberDriverAU

Well-Known Member
Funny that according to the article: Uber executive Fred Jones told the BBC it was appealing because 80% of its drivers would rather be self-employed than a worker.
I laughed when I read that. Drivers want flexibility and pay that's commensurate with the work that they do. If drivers had both of those, then Uber wouldn't be facing all of these worker misclassification lawsuits worldwide.

Yet only 10% of drivers remain after 1 year as self employed contractors, because they are so browned off and fed up.
It's only 4%, even worse!
 
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