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- Advocate Gayathri Poti, granddaughter of late Justice P Subramonian Poti - the former CJI of Kerala and Gujarat high courts, said that nowadays employers have developed more sophisticated modes of exploitation and only a “trained eye” can identify it.
Written by Sharangee Dutta, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
India’s gig economy is still at a nascent stage, but the young and not-so-skilled flexi workforce will gradually shift to better-paid and more productive work, the report said.
Tanveer Pasha, president of the Ola-Uber Drivers Association in Bengaluru, said on Tuesday that a meeting will be held next week to finalise the plan for the new platform.
Weeks after a top court ruling that could shake up Britain's wider "gig economy" of 5.5 million people, Uber said its drivers would also get holiday pay and a pension.
- The Geneva-based body’s call comes just days after Britain’s Supreme Court ruled that Uber Technologies Inc. must treat its drivers as “workers”