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Article
12 June 2020
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Auteur: Tyler Sonnemaker, Business Insider

"Uber and Lyft drivers are now employees under California law, according to a new ruling from regulators," 10 June 2020...

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Article
28 May 2020
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Auteur: Edwin Waita & Jackson Njehia, Thomas Reuters Foundation

"Kenya rolls out testing in Nairobi slums, but some fear stigma"...

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11 May 2020
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A day after the Japanese government declared a state of emergency, Royal Limousine, a taxi operator based in Tokyo, announced plans to dismiss approximately 600 of its drivers in response to financial difficulties resulting from COVID-19. The company...

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Article
7 May 2020
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Auteur: Annie Njanja, Daily Nation (Kenya)

"Uber drivers face earnings drop as coronavirus bites"...

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Article
16 April 2020
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Auteur: China Labour Bulletin (Hong Kong)

“Taxi driver protests continue despite government relief measures”, 15 April 2020...

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16 April 2020
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Article
16 April 2020
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Auteur: 中国劳工通讯

“疫情下出租车行业处境艰难,司机诉诸集体行动求存”, 2020年4月9日...

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Article
9 April 2020
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Auteur: Tyler Sonnemaker, Business Insider (USA)

Uber says it has paid out $3 million to drivers and delivery workers in the US through its coronavirus sick pay program, 7 April 2020 ...

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9 April 2020
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Auteur: Tyler Sonnemaker, Business Insider (USA)

'In order to make a living I must put myself and my community in danger': Uber drivers say the company's inconsistent sick pay policy is pushing them to keep working — even if they get sick, 7 April 2020...

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Article
2 April 2020

France : Uber lance un nouveau bouton « anti-discrimination » pour signaler les abus des chauffeurs

Auteur: Breaking News

« Uber France lance un nouveau bouton «anti-discrimination» après le Royaume-Uni », 20 mars 2020...

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  • Entreprises concernées: Uber