Uber Drivers: Firing The CEO A Good Start
Uber drivers were thoroughly informed of the charges of the lethal work culture at the Uber headquarters in San Francisco. It was a place where sexual harassment and sexism always went unseen and unacknowledged.
Some drivers even remarked on the viral video of Kalanick berating an Uber driver.
With the company facing such a tumultuous time, various opinions on the rideshare company have, of course, surfaced.
A lady driver with seven children said driving for Uber enabled her to make more money than her previous security guard job while also allowing her to spend more time with her kids.
On the contrary, another driver said he is ashamed to work for a “totally immoral company” that treats its drivers terribly. This driver had a long list of complaints about the company, including late payments and frustrations with the company’s representatives, “I have very little faith that anything will change,” he said.
The company doesn’t communicate with its drivers and seems to almost always favor its user’s words over theirs, without listening to the other side’s story.
The best part?
Even though they’re all disappointed, guess who’s going to stop working for the company?
You guessed it. No one.
Image Source: REUTERS/ Kai Pfaffenbach