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UBER Driver Case – UBER decide to appeal

Following on from the previous blog UBER Driver Case – Tribunal finds that they are “workers” on 28th October, UBER have announced that they will appeal against the decision of the Employment Tribunal to the Employment Appeal Tribunal. The Employment Tribunal found in favour of the Claimants that they were workers and so entitled to certain employment rights in contrast to UBER’s position that the drivers were self-employed.

Due to the far reaching implications of the Employment Tribunal’s decision, the decision by UBER to appeal is not unexpected. Other organisations who operate similar schemes (for example Deliveroo) will be monitoring the appeal carefully.

The case has not yet been listed for a hearing although it is expected to take place towards the middle of next year.

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