Uber to make second appeal after losing British workers' rights case
Friday, 10 November 2017 () The ride-hailing app has lost the latest round of its battle with two Uber drivers who claim they should get the minimum wage. As it readies further appeals to the ruling, the firm could face more legal action.
On Friday, taxi app Uber lost a bid to overturn a decision by a tribunal which claimed its drivers deserved workers' rights such as the minimum wage, in a huge blow to the company already battling to retain its license to operate in London. The U.S. ride-hailing service has faced world-wide...
Uber’s appeal against the Transport for London’s decision to strip the taxi app of its operating licence could take years, the mayor of London has said. The... Proactive Investors - BusinessAlso reported by •Reuters •Reuters India
US ride-hailing app Uber on Friday lost a landmark case in Britain that would give drivers the right to paid holidays and the national minimum wage, lawyers... News24 - BusinessAlso reported by •euronews