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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Postmates a better place to work?

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  • Make every option a fill-in-the-blanks for payment, make payment not based on incentive areas, give customers the choice between people who charge more/less, give postmates a chat to be able to unionize wages.

  • System is not perfect for sure I think it's not possible to make all the fleet driver's happy though more compensation for our hard work would be welcomed by the people that I know and maybe better support for issue's other then leaving or canceling making blame be on driver without any other party involved understanding why it's not possible to make the delivery I don't like wasting my time to be not paid and the blame for problem if I don't have a way to solve it i.e merchant not open for business at the time and I wasted time to find out this so postmates can pay out zero and customer is given perk to use on next order but I burn fuel and attemp to relay details and postmates calling me a idiot finally you can get it cancelled but the system counts as reprimand for the way you are left out wasting time on a call that shouldn't have ever popped up on my offers

  • Stop dehumanizing customer service workers.

  • Flat rate pay on days that drivers can't find work, or recieve no tips, to make sure they make over minimum wage for their services.

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  1. If you were in charge, what would you do to make Postmates a better place to work?