I'm going to try to be 100% unbiased about this. This company offers little to no benefits and puts wear and tear on your vehicle. If you have an older vehicle, or a truck of some sort, it's not worth the gas or risk. The pay is okay if you don't pay attention to the fact that you're not compensated for mileage or the size of an order. I once delivered 4 whole frozen cakes from Mountain Brook, all the way to a secure building downtown and only made $24 in gratuity the whole day (6 deliveries during a 5 hour shift). The rate says $13-$17, but in reality, you are only paid $5/hr plus gratuity. That means, you can find yourself on the south side of Birmingham one minute, then the next, you'll be trying to figure out how you wound up in Pelham. Management is also rude and unresponsive when you try to get in contact with them via one of the many apps the company uses. With a delivery service that you can do in your spare time, for the money, this is worth it, but the only reason I do not recommend is, there is a 20 hour scheduling minimum on for part timers, and a 30 hour minimum for full-timers. This is problem for people that have real jobs to go to. Waitr is not a good company to work for, and when you couple the cons with being forced to work a minimum amount of hours, it ends up not being worth it. I forgot to mention the hours spent sitting in your vehicle early in the morning waiting for something to pop up just because of the scheduling minimums. There's much more to explain, but apply and find out.
scheduling minimums/ no mileage pay/ no benefits/ gas & maintenance expenses/ rude management