Uber must make holiday, bonus, and social security payments to one of its drivers, a Costa Rican judge has ruled after finding that an employment relationship exists between the international tech firm and the plaintiff. Uber intends to appeal the ruling.
Monday’s decision is the latest against the ride-share giant which, as in other countries, had argued it was a “technology company that makes its platforms available so that collaborating partners who so wish and independently can generate additional profits”.
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