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The case could decide whether Uber's drivers are independent contractors or employees.
However, the ruling to classify a San Francisco-based driver as an employee instead of an independent contractor could potentially change how sharing-economy companies operate.
The ruling is the latest in a host of legal and regulatory challenges facing the smartphone-based ride-hailing service.
The attorney filing the suit says she foresees a legal trend around privacy and productivity tracking.
The pay increase at its company-operated U.S. restaurants threatens to complicate an ongoing labor dispute that turns on whether McDonald's can be held responsible for the labor violations of its franchisees.
An ongoing fight between McDonald's and labor unions has entered a key phase this week.
Backed by a minimum-wage activist group, employees that suffered severe burns on the job have filed complaints against the chain in 19 cities.
Congress joins the franchising industry in seeking explanations.
Small teams have no margin for error when a new hire doesn't work out but doing your homework will get you the stars you need to thrive.
Weather happens. You better have a policy in place about whether to pay them when Mother Nature gets angry.
New labor law regulations shorten the time period for holding an election after a petition is filed. Employers may want to take proactive steps.
A worker group is filing charges against franchisees and McDonald's as a joint employer, setting a precedent that could have broad ripple effects.
A closer look at the Department of Labor's rules, which otherwise can be as clear as mud.
An executive of a disposable medical-supply manufacturer is being held in his office outside of Beijing by his own employees, according to news reports.