Learn everything you need to know about what it's like to work for Uber Eats, an on-demand food delivery service. Learn tips to becoming a driver, what you can earn once you start working for the company, and the unique benefits offered to Uber Eats drivers.
Uber last week unveiled a $250 million recruiting push aimed at ride-share drivers, which could take driver share from its delivery business.
Meanwhile, both DoorDash and Uber Eats are ramping up service to other segments such as grocery, convenience and pharmaceuticals, which could be another factor stretching networks thin.
If you drive for Uber, Potswork or Lyft follow the SBA.gov link below and get covid relief loans as much as $20,000 as independent contractors. Also, all Uber and Lyft drivers sign up for Potswork Driver App and set your prices for all trips you complete. Share your driver profile with current riders and make them future regulars.
So turn up the music, and enjoy cruising around the city while you earn money by bringing people the things they love.
Are you trying to stay on the road? Uber Eats can help you stay behind the wheel by helping you make enough to pay for your ride.
Uber Eats has announced they are committing $20 million to help support local restaurants! 👏
Interested in driving for a company that is invested in your local community? Find out what working as an Uber Eats driver is like and see if it's a good fit for you!
I like working for Uber Eats. You can turn your phone on and off when you want. You don't have to schedule blocks of time like other delivery apps. But the payout isn't good unless they're offering a bonus. Also, they recently sent me an email saying I have a customer who said I didn't deliver their food, which is a bold faced lie. And other customers who say they were missing food from their order. If the bag is stapled or tied at the top, how am I supposed to know what is in the bag? I ask if everything is in there? If the counter person says yes, what else am I supposed to do? I'm a delivery driver, not quality control. They told me if this continues, I'm going to be deactivated. Funny because I feel those messages should be sent to the restaurant to address the employees who are bagging and prepping the food.