Uber v Aslam & others UKEAT 0056/17

Uber drivers are workers

This case concerns whether Uber drivers had ‘worker’ status affording them access to a number of employment law protections.

The EAT has upheld an ET’s ruling that two Uber drivers who brought test cases against Uber were ‘workers’  and were therefore entitled to holiday pay and to be paid at least the National Minimum Wage while working.

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