Employees Without Benefits: The coming revolution that bites back

Uber, Task Rabbit and Airbnb dominate the sharing economy: an economy characterized by employees without benefits.

Uber is succeeding, but could the table be turned? What if all the drivers banded together to demand more? Could the disrupters get disrupted? Tuck Prof. Sydney Finkelstein and MBA graduate Adam Hewson give us their insights.

 

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