Is Uber And Lyft’s Fight To Keep Their Drivers As Independent Contractors, About Caring For The Drivers Or Reducing Taxes?

By | October 7th, 2020|Employment Law|

Growth in technology, the desire for flexible lifestyles, and the goal of reducing work-related stress have contributed to the rise of what is commonly known as the “gig economy,” in which individuals perform freelance, contract or temporary jobs. As much as a third of the working population is already participating in the workforce in this [...]