That's just to logical..Uber good business sense?? Nope!!Judge Chen questioned where there are differences in the contracts for Uber's right to control. " The language may be different but the outcome is the same," Chen said."
Uber's right to control . . . That says it all. U controls rates, what rating (too high) a driver must keep to be able to access the app among other things.
My opinion . . . If Uber would raise the rates for X drivers to a min of 1/2 the local taxi rates, and drop their percentage by 5%, it could still see a profit and less driver turnover.
Ha ha the Donald! OMG!! It made me laugh as well.>>>Boutrous, though, claimed that you can't be viewing Uber's contracts as employment contracts to begin with.
"This isn't a contract of employment. This is a software licensing agreement," Boutrous said.<<<
That made me laugh almost as much as watching the GOP convention earlier this evening.
Excellent article that shoots down the "flexibility will be lost" theory.Good read:
Despite Uber's Arguments, Flexibility for Employees Is a Company's Choice