La justicia de California obliga a Uber y Lyft a contratar a sus chóferes

Origen... ¿y final? California, donde se han hecho grandes las plataformas de transporte Uber y Lyft, puede enterrar su negocio tal y como se conoce. La justicia local ha dado un ultimátum para que contraten a los autónomos que la utilizan. El tiempo...
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