On Thursday, a California judge denied Uber and Lyft’s moves to delay one the previous order required carpoolers to reclassify their contractors work full time Staff. That ruling is effective August 20, to that companies already have request extend by 10 days to try to appeal.
“I believe that the appeals court is capable of acting very quickly where it is needed. I do not believe that any extension of a 10-day stay is required. Both applications were rejected, ” Judge Ethan Schulman said at the San Francisco Superior Court hearing Bad behavior.
It seems like Uber’s company Tantalizing fall in deaf ears. After Schulman Commission on Monday, Uber and Lyft reclassified their drivers, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi threatened stop operates in its primary state if it does forced to give controller types basic benefits under the employees’ laws like overtime and unemployment insurance.
“If the court doesn’t reconsider, then in California, it’s hard to believe we can quickly shift our model to full-time employment. So I think Uber will be closed for a while, “Khosrowshahi said in one interview Wednesday with Stephanie Ruhle of MSNBC.
And Uber can will not the only one: On a so called income day, Lyft President John Zimmer said the company will too suspend service in California if this week Judgment is not overturned.
The two companies carpooled many times assume such a drastic change to their way of doing business would be extremely costly, but not that they didn’t have time to prepare for the transition. Monday’s ruling forced them compliance California Congressional watershed bill No. 5, which state lawmakers have largely passed a last year at this time. The bill requires “transportation network companies” such as Uber and Lyft Stop misclassifying their workforce as independent contractors if their drivers lack of any agency that one distinction require And supply and employee rights and protections.