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On-demand companies

such as Uber (which provides driver services) or TaskRabbit (whose providers perform household errands and tasks) use Internet- or application-based technological platforms to match consumers to a select pool of potential service providers. The on-demand aspect of these companies refers to their use of technology to respond to a customer's immediate need (e.g., for a driver or delivery) or specific need (e.g., for a particular rental or service provider skill set).[1]

References Edit

  1. What Does the Gig Economy Mean for Workers?, at 1, n.1.

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