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In the new deal, attorneys for drivers calculated that Lyft drivers could have recovered $156 million had they been classified as employees.
The figures had been redacted in the original settlement deal proposed last month, but a San Francisco federal judge ordered them unsealed.
The AOL cofounder explains what's coming in the third wave of the internet.
More and more, we live in a freelance world. What are you doing to prepare for your next temporary employee?
Beware of potential problems with intellectual property and lack of development continuity.
Phenix offers hair stylists, manicurists and other beauty workers a suite where they can run their own show.
One in five adults have worked in the sharing economy, while two in five have used it, according to new report.
With contract work eclipsing traditional full-time jobs, issues plaguing the growing on-demand economy need to be addressed this year.
Uber's war chest has helped fund legal and regulatory battles across the world, according to Reuters.
This Entrepreneur contributor also rejected bad clients, set his own hourly rates and worked at something he loved.
Using proper legal agreements can minimize risk and improve productivity.
A VA is great because it's like an employee you're not legally responsible for, but you must ensure this individual knows what he or she is doing.
Stay on top of employee-related legal issues as a new employer.
Dollars spent on marketing are an investment, but like any investment, there are good ones and bad ones.
Companies in the booming sharing economy depend on contractors who may legally qualify as full time employees. The distinction is crucial for both workers and their employers.