Amazon Hit With £140M Worker Suit From Delivery Drivers

By Bonnie Eslinger (October 13, 2021, 2:44 PM BST) -- A London law firm has launched a potential group claim on behalf of Amazon delivery drivers seeking upwards of £140 million ($190 million) in compensation in the wake of a landmark U.K. Supreme Court ruling that paved the way for gig economy workers to claim greater legal rights.

Amazon appears to be short-changing drivers who make their deliveries by designating them as self-employed, Leigh Day has said as the law firm launches a potential group claim. (iStock) Leigh Day said on Tuesday that it has filed a claim at the Employment Tribunal and is seeking others to join a group action....

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