The Third Class of the Superior Court of Justice (TST) has already formed a majority to recognize the employment relationship of Uber drivers, but the judgment was suspended after a request for a view.
The workers’ question is to know what will change in practice. Today, drivers are considered by industry platforms as partner and self-employed professionals. This way, they can choose the working hours and whether they want to accept the trips through the app.
+ TST majority form to recognize Uber drivers employment status
If the decision is upheld, workers would have access to labor rights such as vacations, thirteenth salary, sick pay and inclusion in the National Social Security Institute (INSS).
A survey commissioned by Uber and carried out by Datafolha shows that drivers do not want to be recognized as company employees, but would like to have more labor rights.
According to the survey, 62% of drivers do not want formal registration with Uber, compared to 27% in favor of the link. Already 11% could not answer this question. The data are the result of 2,431 interviews carried out between August 13th and September 20th, 2021, 1,583 with drivers (65%) and 848 with deliverymen (35%). The information is from the Uol portal.
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