Legal ambiguities of the gig economy

The gig economy, exemplified by companies like Uber and TaskRabbit, is allowing employees more freedom, but at the same time it remains unclear how relationships between the workers and their employers are governed. Sarah O'Connor, FT employment correspondent, looked into the small print of some of the terms and conditions of these companies and tells Andrew Hill what she found.

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