Uber Drivers are being exploited, manipulated, and attacked every day. WE DON’T CARE!
Riders are being assaulted, lied to, and subjected to abuses by their drivers. WE DON’T CARE!
Uber and other Transportation Network Companies are violating every rule in the book, and we are helping them do so. WE DON’T CARE!
Uber has and continues to disrupt the Transportation Industry and leaving a trail of workers in financial ruin. WE DON’T CARE!
Uber’s disruption of the Transportation Industry is taking jobs necessary for the support of family and survival for many American Workers. WE DON’T CARE!
Why Don’t We Care?
I wish I had an answer for that question. It seems as though we would rather join a FaceBook group and complain about these issues, but we don’t care enough about the issues to do anything about it. While a handful of us try to make a difference, the rest appear happy to do nothing. Is it because we do not understand the magnitude of the situation, or are we just too selfish to give a damn about the potential harm we may be party to?
50 years ago, the American Worker was subjected to the kind of treatment Uber subjects their drivers to. Thank the good Lord that our forefathers saw need for change and did something about it. Seriously, because we would not have enjoyed the life we have thus far had they of been as unconcerned as we appear to be.
You do understand, that our children and their children will pay for our failure to act today? Instead of having quality occupations capable of providing support for their families, with benefits, upward growth, and a future . . . They will have jobs like we have working with Uber. Do you not see how allowing one corporation to control their workers like Uber does, will allow others to follow suit?
We, have the ability to be the largest and strongest employee organization in the world. All that is needed is unification and organization. Do you realize that there are at least 37,500 of us in just the San Francisco Bay Area alone? Do you not see the strength there is in numbers? Do you not see we don’t have to be problematic to cause change. We do not need to anything but unify and ask for a negotiation of our contract to cause change. But, We Don’t Care enough to do so . . .