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What does the Uber court ruling mean for business?

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What does the Uber court ruling mean for business?

Last night, it was announced that Uber lost its latest appeal against a court ruling that its drivers should be treated as workers rather than independent contractors – the BBC reports.

Court of Appeal judges upheld the ridesharing company’s latest appeal – to revoke an earlier ruling that entitled drivers to basic employment protections - which means that Uber drivers are now entitled to sick pay, holiday pay and parental leave.

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