Market Desk online: Uber rearranged the names of almost 70,000 registered drivers in Britain following a Supreme Court ruling in March. At that time, the company also announced a minimum wage for drivers, a holiday pay and pension.
The Silicon Valley Company said Friday it plans to pay drivers 3% of their earnings as a pension. On the other hand, drivers can also deposit a part of their earned money in the pension plan. However, it must be at least 5%.
Meanwhile, ride-sharing companies such as Ola, Bolt and Addison Lee have also been urged to introduce pension benefits for their drivers, as well as the GMB unions, known as the trade unions in Britain.