Uber sends out push notifcation to riders of possible shut down in California

Updated: Jan 12

Tuesday night Uber sent out a message to it's California riders saying that, "Ridesharing in CA may be suspended."

They also told users about the decision made by a state judge on Monday that sided with California's Attorney General saying the companies must classify drivers as employees instead of contractors.

Uber also asked customers to support Proposition 22, a ballot measure that will let voter decide in November if rideshare drivers , and delivery drivers should be considered employees. If passed gig-work companies would pay into a pooled benefits fund, to provide healthcare and paid time-off. These benefits would follow a worker across different apps.

Uber could suspend operations in California as soon as Friday.



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