Court of Brussels rules that Uber driver is self-employed

In December 2022, the Brussels labour court ruled in favour of Uber in a case filed by an Uber driver against the digital labour platform on the classification of  the worker as employee. The ruling stated that "Uber had no hierarchical control over the driver, that he was free to organize his own work".


ACV –CSC has been cooperating since beginning 2017 with the “Collectif des coursiers” to defend and try to negotiate with Deliveroo and Uber Eats in order to improve the working conditions of those workers.  It has especially covered : - Organisation of various  meetings with couriers to forge a “union spirit”, set-up and validate lists […]

Digital Platform Observatory

The digital platform observatory is a joint initiative of ETUC, IRES and ASTREES, funded by the European Commission. It brings together trade unionists, experts, activists, specialists of workers representation and collective action in the  platform economy.