Maintaining great ratings isn’t hard to do, and most drivers don’t seem to experience much trouble staying active. Despite this, drivers do get deactivated by transportation network companies (TNCs) for falling below the required standards (i.e., having a rating below 4.6 for Lyft, and 4.5 for Uber). This post isn’t geared to getting out of a falling rating rut. Instead, I’m focusing on why the nice rideshare driver may have more of an advantage than their grumpy, cold, and/or aloof counterparts. Let’s dig in! Read more
When someone says the word, “Uber” several things come to mind. Billions of dollars in valuation, and a reputation for treating their workforce poorly. Read more
If people truly value the service I provide, why not avail to them the opportunity to make monetary contributions? And that is what I’ve done.