Berichterstattung in der Presse
How Uber won access to world leaders, deceived investigators and exploited violence against its drivers in battle for global dominance
International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, 06 July 2022
When the ride-hailing giant called, powerful politicians answered, leaked text messages and emails reveal.
Uber Files: Drivers to protest low pay, unsafe work after leak
Thomson Reuters Foundation News, 14 July 2022
Uber drivers from South Africa to India say they’re unsurprised by whistleblower Mark MacGann’s Uber Files exposé and still work in dangerous conditions
Are workers back in the driving seat?
BBC World Service, 08 April 2022
Workers at an Amazon warehouse in New York have successfully set up Amazon's first ever union in the country. Staff at dozens of other US locations are said to be interested in unionising as well.
Why gig work is so hard to regulate
BBC, 09 March 2022
Policymakers in many nations are trying to reform the gig economy. Yet regulations have a long way to go to meet the needs of growing numbers of platform-based workers.
Fairwork Podcast Series 2: OUT NOW!
1 December 2022
Introducing… Fairwork in the United States!
13 July 2022
#UberFiles no surprise, say Fairwork researchers and call for governments to do more to protect gig workers
11 July 2022
More Than 50 U.S. Gig Workers Murdered on the Job in Five Years
7 April 2022