Very flexible , great customer service experience .
Driver (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 July 2017
Great company to work for if you are looking for a part time flexible job and if you have a vehicle that gets great gas mileage . It also helps working mostly in the Toronto area , especially in the down town business core .
uper driver (Current Employee) – London, ON – 22 June 2017
i work hard everyday starting from 5:30am i learned in this job to be paitent and to have a good knowledge how to deAL with all types of personaltiy which i met every day from my customers . uper management is helpful and always trying to solve the issues communctaion culure the hardest part of the job is to find rider and sometimes to make the rider like your service and give you 5 star and i already one of the highest rate in London ontario . the most enjoyable is challange myself to get my target everyday .
Driver (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 June 2017
The best part about this job is that there is no fix schedule to follow. You can work as many hour as you want, or as less as you wish. But the money you can make from this is not stable. There are good times and bad times.
Driving uber is fan and nice according to people you meet everyday, I like to chat with different people, Uber made me discovering so many places in Ottawa and Gatineau cities, but remember it's a taxi? the hardest part to me is when there is no enough request, which makes me to be bored. I love when it's busy.
Partenaire-chauffeur (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 10 June 2017
Ca fais un impact sur sourds service pour chauffeurs pourrai accepte sans demande pose question de hancpide donc résume aujourd hui total 20,000 courses de sourds deja effectue parmi enrichie expérience.
il y a pas un garage/cafe pause/lavage terrain de Uber.
driver (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 6 June 2017
once signing up with uber you should notify your insurance company in case of accidents while driving uber especially an accident while you have a customer in the car. if you fail to notify your insurance you risk your clients suing you for their damages in case of an accident and if you dont notify your insurance theres a chance they wont cover you and since you're not an employee of uber, you're a partner, they won't cover your damages in many certain areas either. thankfully I was never in an accident but found out through others the horrors that uber can hold. cover your bases and your butt and you should be fine.
Great part time job for people who like to explore
Part time Uber driver (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 May 2017
I took Uber as a part time job on my last semester of master study since I finished my research thesis and only wait my supervisor to approve it. It was a great experience and for people who like to driving, it is a perfect job. You can choose when and where to start and stop your Uber driving and since Uber kind of select safe passenger for you, the driving is always satisfy and pleased.
Driver (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 27 May 2017
Uber just eating the BLOOD of the drivers and make lots of money it self. They hide the booking fee from the driver and get from the customer. work full time 65 hours and make less the 10$ an hours. upfront fare is an other method to eat a driver blood more. Nothing for stopping for customer. No care for drivers.
Uber Driver (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 May 2017
Its a nice way to improve your skills as a driver and seek your stamina as a good driver .It helps you being responsible in your daily life as well as it makes you feel that its your responsibility as a driver to drop passengers safely as they rely on the driver .
Its a great way to deliver food with care and excellent .It increases your efficiency as a driver to do multi tasking as using gps and be aware of everything.It increases your alertness
Driver (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 May 2017
OK let's start. Well I start driving for uber a couple months ago and here is my review. The week days the waiting time to get a rider is 1 rider every 1 hour if you are lucky. The most of the runs is short ways. The only good days is Friday night and Saturday night and I mean to start working from 7 pm to 3am to make 120 $ which 40 $ is your gas plus your vehicle maintenance cost. So overall you make 80 $ in 8 hours, 10 per hour. Plus you have too deal with all that drunk guys Friday and Saturday. Personally I don't think it's worthy to drive for uber. The minimum wage is higher than to drive for uber. They don't provide any training or care for the drivers. Uber hiring and hiring more drivers which it's mean less riders and more of waiting time. Plus from the 1st of this year they give them self 5% raise so the uber fee now is 25% from 20%.
Long waiting hours for a rider. Uber doesn't care about the drivers