Sick of GIG Greed #NOonProp22 #SickOfGigGreed
Sick of GIG Greed #NOonProp22 #SickofGigGreed


Bankrupting California

What happens when Uber and Lyft are allowed to write their own rules with no regard for their workers?

Workers lose their safety net
Misclassifying employees means denying access to basic workplace protections.   When gig companies cheat the system workers lose out on critical benefits like unemployment insurance and paid sick days.

Taxpayers are on the hook
When billion-dollar employers like Uber and Lyft skip out of their responsibilities, state and local taxpayers are on the hook and communities and families suffer when employees can’t take sick days.

Billions in profits for Uber and Lyft…

…and billions in liabilities for state and local budgets.  Now that the big gig companies are trying to literally re-write the law to create their own special exemptions, the choice couldn’t be more clear.

Gig driver or Uber/Lyft employee? It affects unemployment benefits

San Francisco Chronicle 

Oakland resident Cherri Murphy, 53, has spent three years driving full time for Lyft in addition to her volunteer work as a social justice minister. When the coronavirus pandemic hit, “I was forced to make a decision: Do something that could kill me, or pay my bills?” 

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