As of this week, Uber will provide drivers in eight states with the option to buy workers’ compensation insurance, with financial help from raising customers’ fees.
It’s a move some say is needed in the new gig economy, but others say isn’t worth the effort.
Last week, during a meeting of the Consumer Technology Association’s New American Jobs Summit, Rep. Virginia Foxx (R-N.C.), Education and Workforce Committee Chairwoman, said she would consider updating the ...
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