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Brian Amerige Sep 11
California's bill demonstrates what animates the far-left. Observe that: 1/ Most Uber and Lyft drivers oppose the bill 2/ The bill's proponents (all leftists) say it's about "supporting workers" Don't let the left's "compassion" fool you. They want control.
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Paul Sep 16
Are are more interested in protecting their and the 's reputation rather than regulating the taxi and private hire industry properly ?
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Imogen Reseigh Sep 11
Some US news – California passes bill paving the way for individuals to argue they are employees
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James Duggan Sep 13
Delighted to have my first publication available in ! We discuss algorithmic management & app-work in the gig economy. Massive thanks to , & for all the support.
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Skateboard B. 5h
Man... I had somebody pay me for a piece of written work just now for the first time, and I am beyond excited. It's not even like it was a big job or a lot of bread that came from it, just knowing that there's marketable value in my skills puts me over the moon
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Rideshare Truth Sep 16
This article shows why Federal regulation on the so called and entities is needed. It's a one sided deal right now. Drivers are in name only for the purpose of exploitation with no bargaining rights.
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WakeupAustralia 18h
Many countries now see the predatory behaviour of & have imposed strict regulations to ensure employee status & fair pay. This of course destroys the biz model reliant on
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Australian Unions Sep 11
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Dr. Marcell Vollmer @Celonis Sep 15
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Avinash Dutt 4h
becomes the epicenter of reforms for the . Providing benefits to otherwise exploitable workers is paramount to economy's health. Profiteering must be nipped in the bud. More states and countries need to step up!
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Michael Competielle Sep 12
Stories I wrote about the Gig Economy.
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Thomas Costa Sep 16
No one is in favour of a system that allows a few people to get rich while millions are ripped off. The is nothing but ye oldie exploitation rehashed on an app
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Natalie Sedacca Sep 11
Big news from California! Legislators approve landmark bill requiring companies to treat contract workers as employees, which will apply to app-based companies despite their efforts to negotiate an exemption
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Lachlan Sloan Sep 15
Forget that backpacker image of the digital nomad in the gig economy. There is a new rising class of digital nomads who are prepared to spend in return for a quality lifestyle. via
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Bhavnish Kohli Sep 11
One step forward two steps backward for Gig economy ? This is interesting and may set precedent for other states / countries
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Joshua Healy 21h
An excellent article that canvasses some of the in-built limitations of the that academic observers have been pointing out for a while now.
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CA Senate GOP Caucus Sep 10
CA Democrats vote to end - Almost half of all millennials make money through a side job, freelance gig, or independent contract work. This includes work for , , and . puts worker’s ability to choose this work at risk!
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Logojo 8h
What do you support? or traditional ?
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Starship Sep 16
Big things are happening right now for the . Be sure to give a listen here as he breaks down exactly what's driving the conversation.
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JobAdX Sep 13
What is your thought on this?
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