Uber, Lyft, and Doordash Are Ready To Spend $90 Million To Fight California Employment Rule

Updated: Feb 9

Uber and Lyft are threatening to launch a ballot measure if they don't get to rewrite new labor rules saying who would be considered an employee.

Both Uber and Lyft are proposing some benefits for drivers in exchange for an exemption from proposed labor rules that would allow them to continue classifying drivers as independent contractors. Both companies plan to put $30 million each into a fund for a ballot measure if they don't get their way.

DoorDash said it would commit another $30 million to the proposed initiative.

What's your take on this? For us we have mixed thoughts especially since not all drivers want to be considered employees. See we feel there are a lot of ways these companies can help their drivers without making them employees.



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