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Uber Driver, Phlatbed Driver, one-time dolly driver, and teacher.
I have no idea who that is, but thanks for the mention :-) . . I can only try right?
Perhaps your subconscious is telling you it's time to eat something? 😀
They are growing. I've been actively covering them for a while now.
So we can agree that price optimization, fair compensation, and balancing supply with demand is a good start.
Well said. Background checks are almost always a loss leader, any company that doesn't lean the cost into the compensation structure knows it doesn't matter, that's one area you will always budget for as a cost center.
Would you rather have 40% drivers who are effective and are able to meet demand (which may slightly exceed supply) and command higher compensation instead of 100% where 67% quit within 6 months? Driver aquisition cost for Uber and Lyft is almost $150......so the driver has to run at least 5 jobs before the aquisition cost (including screening etc) is paid for, THEN they can start hoping to see some profit per trip unit. Zero tolerance sets the tone..and in a way is self filtering. People who know you won't put up with their nonsense are less likely to get on the platform in the first place.
It would be nice if Uber or any of the rideshare companies had a zero tolerance policy. I know Phlatbed has a "once and out" policy. You screw up one and you're permanently banned from the platform.
I think such strong stance on bad behavior is a strong deterrent.
Phlatbed is not for truck rentals. It's Uber-like. You post a moving request, pre-screened drivers near you (I believe it's a 31 or so mile radius of where you are) respond, you select which driver you want, and the driver shows up to the location you've specified for the pick-up. They pick up the item and deliver it to the destination you specified.
The drivers have their own vehicles...could be a truck, van, or SUV. It's mostly for small to mid sized items across town, or junk removal, or packing/loading labor help. Not for long haul or large / elaborate items.
I used phlatbed recently, easy to use, simple and straightforward - on-demand. Used Dolly in the past during grad school days in Oregon. Depends on where you are, both apps are big in different parts of the country.
Never used TaskRabbit...yet.
link is https://www.phlatbed.com