You’re Invited: Making Gig Work Work Webinar

Join a conversation with Lyft, Uber, and Washington State Rep. Liz Berry on the evolving gig economy

Sep 5, 2023

On Tuesday, September 12, Chamber of Progress will host a webinar with representatives from Lyft and Uber – along with Washington State Representative Liz Berry – to discuss the evolving gig economy and examine how lawmakers can find solutions that benefit all parties. Rep. Berry was an instrumental leader in bringing together labor, industry, and lawmakers to pass Washington State’s gig worker compromise, which grants workers benefits and protections while protecting their independence.

Register Now for the Webinar

The webinar will feature the following speakers:

  • Adam Kovacevich, CEO, Chamber of Progress (Moderator)
  • Representative Liz Berry, 36th District, Washington House of Representatives
  • Nicholas Johnson, Director of Government Relations, Lyft
  • Ramona Prieto, Head of Public Policy & Communications, Uber

Earlier this year, Chamber of Progress released polling on voter and driver attitudes toward gig work in the United States. The survey, which sampled 3,945 registered voters, found that three-in-five (60%) voters in battleground states believe the government should respect the desire of independent contractors to remain independent, rather than requiring reclassification. Chamber of Progress has also released research on the economic impact of forced employment reclassification schemes.


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