Harry here. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince takes a look at Massachusetts’ new stricter background check laws, a new round of fundraising for Lyft and more.
Harry here. Today senior RSG contributor John Ince takes a look at an in-depth post from the New York Times about the psychological tricks Uber uses to push its drivers. Companies have been using tricks like this for years to try and motivate their workers to do more with less, but it seems to be a bigger issue with Uber since they aren’t paying drivers like employees. What do you think?
Harry here. Uber’s been testing self-driving cars over the past few months, but they’ve run into some problems. Today, RSG senior contributor John Ince takes a look at the recent struggles inside Uber’s self-driving division, an autonomous car crash and more!
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Harry here. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince takes a look at an interesting battle in Seattle between Uber and drivers looking to unionize. I think most drivers would agree that drivers deserve a better Uber experience, but I’m not sure if a union or another type of organization is the best way to achieve it. What do you think?
Harry here. Uber’s had a ton of bad press over the past couple months, but I’m not sure it’s having much of an effect on passengers. For the most part, Uber passengers still love the service and most of their interactions happen with drivers – not the company itself. Today, RSG senior contributor John Ince shares a story on Uber’s future, an update on their COO hunt and how Austin is managing without TNCs like Uber and Lyft.