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Companies like Uber pay their drivers low wages, require workers to report to unpredictable systems run by algorithms, and have very little legal recourse and access to their own data if they have a problem, Mozilla’s report says.
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In a fresh respite for professionals and businesses who would until now take recourse to Instagram to publicize their business, LinkedIn stories have arrived to help professionals share their on-the-fly moments.
Your only recourse then is to beat the tightness into submission.
Nikola responded the following day, saying the report contained “false and misleading statements” and that it had hired counsel to “evaluate potential legal recourse.”
Before the rule change, federal law didn't address the issue of emotional support animals, so airlines had little recourse but to accommodate them.
While some states have strong unions that have helped teachers negotiate for protections during the pandemic, Georgia does not permit collective bargaining, leaving Brooks with little recourse.
At the time of the allegations, Evans vocally advocated for Beiser to step down and bemoaned the reality that the board had no recourse to force him out.
Last year, the US Congress also introduced a new bill that would create a mechanism for victims to seek legal recourse for reputational damage.
The men, whose poniards his sword parried, had recourse to fire-arms, and two pistols were fired at him.
To such persons does he open the doors to pay them, while they are shut on the wretched owners without recourse.

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