Well, try to implement those promos in your "pizza" model. Each active driver is able to take up to 1.5k on top of a weekly earnings....Also:
Report on effects of California's Proposition 22 shows "broken promises" on wages, health care, something the gig companies are pushing back against.www.marketwatch.com
Told ya guys, it’s 3.99 .
To me it’s simple pizza pie math. Pax pays a pizza pie. Uber needs to take it’s chunk to operate, pay off officials, fight stupid lawsuits, petitions etc. Uber shareholders need to take their portion. Dara and his gang takes his pie. The driver needs to pay his expenses form whatever is left for him.
Now, the size of pizza pie is constant…but Everything else increases in price. Operating costs are higher, officials and Lawyers are asking for more money, Dara& friends need more. So who’s slice gets smaller and smaller? Only thing left is driver’s net.
‘No matter what laws you implement, the pizza is not increasing, and therefore how can you have more slices for driver’s net? It’s not possible. Only way is to increase the pizza. But then there won’t be as many pizzas to go around.
You can’t change the pizza economics. Gig economy only works because someone grabs the shitty end of the stick… in this case, it’s the driver. You cannot change that.
Just wonder to whom that pizza is supposed to be served before I digest it?..