What does the Uber ruling mean for future business models?

What does the Uber ruling mean for future business models?

Following the government’s launch of an inquiry into Uber, the ruling declared that drivers have won the case to be classed as workers rather than self-employed.

After a tribunal ruled that two drivers who claimed that they were workers, not independent contractors and are therefore entitled to pursue their claims of unpaid national minimum wage, holiday pay and detrimental treatment on the grounds of whistleblowing against the company - the case has raised questions about worker classification in the gig economy.

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