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Don't you need to organize the strike first before the media will cover it?

Shown below is media coverage from the Atlanta Uber drivers strike last January. Atlanta now enjoys some of the lowest rates in the country at 78 cents per mile. Just saying......

If nothing else, try to figure out why Atlanta's strike failed. If Uber only raises the rates as a result of your strike, and then slashes the rates to a rate even lower after 6 months, then you have wasted your time. Just like Atlanta.

http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/story/27871585/why-you-will-pay-more-for-uber-tonight
I disagree, it's not a waste of time as drivers would make more over those 6 months. It just sounds like ATL drivers need to go on strike again.
 

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I got a solution. Quit.
If Everyone *****ing quit then only the people who want to work for Uber will be working for Uber.
You don't have the right to force Uber to pay shit. And they don't have a right to force you to work. Don't think you get paid enough, quit, go work for someone else.
Problem solved.
That's certainly one solution. Another would be that drivers don't work for a certain period of time and Uber realizes they need drivers to make their business model work and increase the price.

Workers are allowed to try to negotiate for better working conditions. If Uber doesn't like that they change their business model or they can shut down.
 
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