What does Uber's employment case mean?

What does Uber's employment case mean?
 

An employment tribunal in London is to hand down what could be a seminal judgement in a case that could have wide-ranging implications.
It has been described as a test case not only for the business model of ride-hailing firm Uber, but for the whole so-called "gig economy".
Two Uber drivers are claiming that Uber is acting unlawfully by not paying holiday or sick pay.
Uber insists its drivers are self-employed.
The ride-hailing firm has really taken off in the UK.
It has more than 40,000 licensed drivers in 20 towns and cities making more than a million trips per week.
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12 October 2016 in Business, Views: 46
Source: BBC
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