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California's "Uber law" could affect millions of workers

CBS News Friday, 13 September 2019
The state of California has passed a sweeping worker protection bill that makes it harder for companies to avoid paying minimum wage and overtime. Here's who the "Uber law" affects.
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News video: Uber Claims Drivers Are Not Core Part Of Business

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Uber’s lawyer said it does not plan to treat its contract drivers as employees. This comes after a California bill would require app-based companies to reclassify workers as regular employees. According to Digital Trends, Uber does not consider drivers a core part of their business. The company...

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