This Week in Rideshare: Pardons, Layoffs, and Offers.

Instacart cuts jobs, an engineer gets pardoned, and Lyft launches a new offer. LegalRideshare Breaks it down.

MONDAY 1/18/21

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TUESDAY 1/19/21

Even with a new administration in the White House, old demands remain. Specifically, gig workers being treated as employees. A New York Times opinion piece adds:

WEDNESDAY 1/20/21

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THURSDAY 1/21/21

Instacart announced that more than 1800 in-store shoppers would lose their jobs. Most notably, a group of shoppers who unionized last year. CNN reported:

FRIDAY 1/22/21

Lyft offered drivers an enticing incentive, but there’s a catch. CNET explains:

We’re the only law firm in the US entirely focused on Uber, Lyft, and e-scooter accident and injury claims. LegalRideshare.com

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