California's Fair Political Practices Commission is proposing a $3,371 fine for Lyft, which saw its market value soar by the billions after Prop 22 passed.
Uber is looking for "genuine" drivers who value its "flexibility and consistency" for an upcoming campaign, according to a casting call.
In 2019 and 2020, ride-hail drivers brought in less money than the state-wide minimum wage after expenses and taxes.
The petition argues Proposition 22 is violating the constitutional authority of California's legislature and Supreme Court for the sake of misclassifying drivers.
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters filed shareholder proposals at Uber and Lyft to fully disclose lobbying expenditures.
The company will be suspended from California in 30 days if it does not pay the fine and hand over detailed information on sexual misconduct allegations.
Uber said Proposition 22 would prevent price increases, but hiked fares to roll out benefits that come with a boatload of caveats.
Uber sold its driverless car and flying taxi divisions, putting it back at square one with unprofitable core products that rely on exploiting drivers.
The ballot initiative exempts companies from labor laws that say gig workers are employees, and California was just the start.
Corporations spent millions to mislead voters about an anti-labor ballot measure, won, and reaped billions on the stock market. This is not healthy.
A former Uber driver is suing the company for suspending drivers based on its ratings system, which the lawsuit alleges allows racism to run rampant.
The ride-hail company will be allowed to operate for 18 months as it appeals the city’s ban.