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Uber wants to redefine employment

We're Hiring SignIn an accompanying letter to Congress, Sanjukta Paul, an assistant law professor at Wayne State University, and Marshall Steinbaum, an assistant economics professor at the University of Utah, wrote that if the federal government pays for Uber and Lyft drivers’ unemployment insurance it could incentivize “states to side with the platforms on employment status, since doing so unlocks funds they would otherwise have to collect from the platforms.”

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Last Updated: 4/20/20