Uber faces a day of protests from drivers in the UK over working conditions.
The App Drivers & Couriers Union (ADCU), a regular critic of the ride-hailing giant, has called for a 24-hour strike by Uber drivers in the UK today with demonstrations organized outside Uber offices in eight cities. It is asking drivers not to log into the app.
The organization was behind the major legal case earlier this year that recategorized Uber drivers in the UK as workers rather than contractors.
Ahead of these protests, the ADCU has claimed that Uber has not fully implemented the Supreme Court ruling. Among its issues is the lack of pay for waiting time and what it calls surveillance and unfair dismissal of drivers.
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