How Uber Got Almost Everything It Wanted in Ontario's Working for Workers Act

Ryan White discusses how Bill 88 negatively impacts gig workers while helping employers

24 May 2022
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In today's Globe and Mail article, "How Uber Got Almost Everything it Wanted in Ontario's Working for Workers Act", Ryan White comments on Bill 88, An Act to enact the Digital Platform Workers’ Rights Act, which will amend the Ontario Working for Workers Act.

Ryan states, “The problem is, the bill had no material impact on workers. It did not meaningfully change the playing field for them and it entrenched the status quo for Uber and other gig platforms."

A full copy of the article can be found HERE.


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