Opinion: An Uber driver says gig workers should not have to compromise flexibility for benefits
What’s best for me and my family is staying independent so I can earn when, where, and for however long it works best for me.
Opinion: Why Coloradans should be skeptical about gig companies’ promises
When the gig companies come calling in Colorado, we should look at what happened in California
Colorado won’t try to collect the $1.4 million in overpaid unemployment benefits it distributed after all
Confusing forms in the federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program led some gig workers to overestimate their income.
Colorado has paid out more than $2 billion in unemployment benefits since March
More than 540,000 people -- or more than one in six Colorado workers -- have filed for unemployment in Colorado since the coronavirus crisis began