While Waitr makes a lot of promises and talks a big game about the culture, you are wasting your time. The name is a good choice because you’ll end up making about as much as a waiter in a brick and mortar restaurant does...only you are responsible for the wear and tear on your car. And people NEVER tip because they think that $5 delivery fee goes straight to the drivers to help cover costs so they don’t have to tip!
Another thing worth mentioning...if you don’t have unlimited data included with your phone plan, you are in for a very rude awakening. You also have absolutely no benefits and the only true way to make at least somewhat of a decent living is to be a contract worker, where you make $5.00 an hour. The catch is you will owe money to the IRS in back taxes at the end of the fiscal year. To avoid that, you can work part-time (like I did) and make a measly $2.50 an hour plus (non-existent) tips. They’ll go ahead and take the taxes out for you though so at least you won’t have to worry about that.
The saddest part is everyone is very nice and I could always depend on the management and HR, but it’s just not worth it financially. In fact, I just received a letter from the U.S. Department of Labor I may not have received fair wages (ha) and that Waitr is being investigated by the FLSA. However, probably due to the fact that I only worked there for 4 months last year, no further action will be taken to receive my back wages. So, if you want to be underpaid and denied the opportunity to receive fair wages, then this job is for you!
Flexible schedule, good management
Underpaid, no benefits, no room for advancement