There was a constant debate about whether or not the economy was driven to gig Uber And Lyft Contracting or independent employees, who will be eligible for benefits. National Council for Labor Relations Recently ruled Uber drivers, Specifically between 2015 and 2016, were independent contractors, The Bloomberg Act was first reported.
This decision is in line with a similar decision from the Ministry of Labor, Which specifies Economists harass independent contractors and therefore are not eligible for minimum wages and overtime wages.
But the decision does not mean there will be no state-level litigation targeting Opher and Leite in terms of job classification. What this means is that NLRB will retain a position that Uber drivers are not eligible for federal protection around the union. Drivers will also have a harder time raising the fee for unfair labor practices at the federal level.
The decision comes a few days after Uber took his decision Debuted at the New York Stock Exchange. Prior to the IPO, drivers protested outside the San Francisco headquarters in search of better pay, benefits, transparent policies and voice. Drivers also The strike went all over the world With similar demands.