The proof says gig-economy workers differ from conventional workers. A New York court inexplicably decided otherwise.
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magine a job in which you just need to show up for work when you really feel like it, and when you do show up, you can refuse to do any task you do not feel like doing, and also suddenly change your mind and back out on one you’ve agreed to. A job where nobody could ever penalize you for this conduct. Can you believe this arrangement an instance of a traditional employer-employee connection or something else?