Uber was slapped with a collective employment action on May 2 in California Superior Court for Alameda County. The lawsuit, brought pursuant to the state’s Private Attorneys General Act, was filed by Valerian Law and Gallo LLP on behalf of Uber employees whose payments involve commissions. According to the suit, Uber failed to provide the workers with written contracts detailing how commissions are calculated and paid and has refused to pay commissions to employees who were discharged involuntarily. Counsel have not yet appeared for the defendant. The case is 23CV032350, James vs Uber Technologies, Inc.
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