Tag Archives: Sharing economy

From sharing to gigging

(featured image credit: Guercio) Would-be self-employed workers may be underestimating the true cost of freedom When I was a little whippersnapper, sitting in the back seat (or on a rare occasion, on the lap of an adult in the front – … Continue reading

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Uber’s shades of grey

(Featured image credit: 5chw4r7z/Flickr) Their logo may be black and white, but our thinking about Uber should not be Last week, an Employment Tribunal in London ruled that Uber drivers should not be treated as self-employed, but as workers, by … Continue reading

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