Uber has lost it's final appeal to the Supreme Court over drivers employment rights claim.
The ruling gives drivers the right to holiday pay as well as be paid not less than the minimum wage after deducting vehicle related expenses.
Driver are considered to be working for Uber for as long as they are logged into it's app, rather than just for the time they are on a trip.
The Court ruling applies to all Uber drivers which may affect their income, employment rights, employment status, tax status and any compensation entitlements.
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What is the outcome of Uber's appeal to the Supreme Court against Uber drivers claim?
The Supreme Court's judgement was handed down and published on 19th February 2021 on its website.
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