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Uber decision shows importance of vetting procedures, say experts

‘Vulnerability’ of gig economy workers also back on the agenda as taxi app loses London licence

Senior Associate, Keely Rushmore comments in People Management following the announcement that TFL would revoke Uber's London licence over a lack of corporate responsibility.

She comments that “Dara Khosrowshahi [chief executive of Uber] has said the rejection is the cost of a ‘bad reputation’, however, from TfL’s perspective, its decision is about reality and genuine concerns, not reputation."

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