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Uber and Lyft have been repeatedly accused of inadequately compensating drivers, and now San Francisco is investigating the matter.

City Attorney Dennis Herrera sent subpoenas to both ride-hailing companies demanding driver records from 2015 onwards.

A recent California Supreme Court decision requires companies to affirmatively prove that workers are independent contractors rather than full-time employees. Herrera wants to ensure that Uber and Lyft have proven that their drivers are contractors, or that the companies are giving them the proper pay and benefits if not.



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This Is Going To Get Ugly - San Francisco Demands Uber And Lyft Driver Pay Records

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