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Faculty of Law | University of the Western Cape

Research Portal

Faculty of Law | University of the Western Cape

CENTRE FOR THE TRANSFORMATIVE REGULATION OF WORK (CENTROW)

Uber must employ drivers and pay them according to collective bargaining agreement

Taxi drivers who offer their services in the Netherlands via Uber are not self-employed entrepreneurs, but employees. The company must employ them and pay them according to the taxi collective bargaining agreement. That is what the District Court of Amsterdam decided today.

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7th SEMINAR ON INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LABOUR LAW

The seminar wants to raise reflections, ideas, knowledge and perspectives on how labour law could manage this challenge, employing the various methodological categories that have been proposed by scholars, such as the dosage between universality and selectivity, personal work relationships, economically dependent work, etc.

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Opening of the Labor and Art Gallery (LAG)

LAG is a digital compilation of different types of works of art from different places in the world that address labour as a central theme; a unique compilation which without the collaboration of different people from different countries, would be very difficult.

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Deliveroo Hit by Investor, Rider Revolt Ahead of London IPO

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CENTROW launch webinar: Labour Law and Inequality: Where have we come from and where are we going?

Topic: Labour Law and Inequality: Where have we come from and where are we going?

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