Uber doesn’t have to pay salaries for drivers with little or nothing to do.
But executives from both companies have focused on drivers and hosts when working the phones to secure some government relief.
“The company has been pushing for a third way for seven years,” said Lane Kasselman, a former Uber executive who advises startups.
Uber has however said it will compensate drivers who suffer from coronavirus.Uber’s turn towards driver advocacy hasn’t gone unnoticed.
Uber has spent so much time and money fighting reclassification,” ” said Bradley Tusk, a startup advisor who previously worked with Uber but sold his shares.
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