Drivers and the SEIU are trying to overturn Prop 22, which exempted Uber and Lyft from state law saying drivers should be owed benefits and protections.
A California ballot measure could exempt Uber, Lyft and others from the law, allowing them to keep drivers as contractors without benefits.
Uber, Lyft and others have spent over $185 million on a campaign to exempt them from a California law that would make drivers employees with benefits.
How organized labor is teaming up with app-based workers in California to take on corporate giants.
Starting next year, drivers must be paid at least $16.39 per hour in addition to their basic expenses.
An appeals court paused a lower court ruling ordering the companies to classify drivers as employees, which would provide them additional benefits.
The major ride-hailing companies plan to appeal the decision, which would obligate them to provide additional benefits to drivers.
What you should know about the risks of cabs or rideshare services amid the pandemic.
The ride-hailing companies have refused to reclassify their contract workers as employees with benefits despite the passage of AB5 last year.
The reason a ride-hailing driver stopped working before they filed a claim seems to matter a lot.