New York, NY (WorkersCompensation.com) – Despite rolling out a pilot program to cover its drivers in case of injury, critics say the plan can’t be called workers’ compensation.
In fact, even the insurance documents say the program isn’t workers’ compensation.
In May, ride-sharing service Uber started offering its drivers a voluntary insurance policy to cover them in case of injury on the job. As reported in WorkersCompensation.com, the pilot program was offered ...
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