Uber drivers protest for better pay and treatment at San Francisco headquarters

Uber drivers protest for better pay and treatment at San Francisco headquarters

A group of about 30 drivers have parked their cars near Uber’s headquarters in San Francisco and are protesting outside its doors, with plans to strike. The drivers, who aren’t direct Uber employees but rather contractors that work with the company’s taxi-hailing app, told The Next Web and All Things D that they were protesting unfair practices from the company. Their complaints ranged from pay cuts to mass-firings to the lack of a commercial insurance plan for drivers. All of the issues, including also that the drivers don’t have good communication with Uber, are thorny ones to resolve given Uber’s business-model of using contractors. This isn’t the first time that Uber has been accused of poor treatment for its drivers

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Uber drivers protest for better pay and treatment at San Francisco headquarters

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