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I have been working at Uber as a contractor (less than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Not many - you don't have a micromanager over you, that is about it
They lie in order to get drivers by promising a lot more money than you can make. They are building their business off of lies, deceit and they probably have very high turnover in Orlando. Their ad said that Uber drivers in Orlando were making 1000 dollars a week. You cannot make even half that, or even $300-350 even if your on 24 hours a day. Most cannot even make a quarter of that. Of course they are not going to be honest in telling people that drivers could maybe make 250.00 per week, IF they are in the right place at the right time and working 60 hours. 200 dollars a week is about what you can make full time in Orlando. Its a waste of your nice car, gas and time. Customers slam your doors, and give you reviews that are not fair, even when you are perfect. On top of that you end up running calls most of the time very short distances for like 4 dollars. Its one gigantic scam. Its okay for the consumer, very bad for the driver. If you don't to want to waste your time, don't drive for them. You will regret it.
Advice to Management
Stop telling lies about how much money you can make, you know you are lying. Up your prices, and take less so the driver can actually make it worth their time. You expect a nice car, but your not willing to compensate your drivers. Also, your making lots of money, but you only correspond through email. Quit being greedy, and actually hire someone who the drivers can call.