Listen: Santiago, Gary Mcnamara, New Jersey discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Gary McNamara. Let's go to Santiago in New Jersey about Uber high. Santiago your Red Eye Radio. Welcome to the show. Hi. Hey, good morning. You're on the air. Okay. Yes. Go ahead and start talking. So the reason I'm calling because I wanted to make the point that we keep on mentioning how a lot of the Uber drivers they want to be considered employees at the same time. Take a driver's independent contractors, and I just wanted to focus on the independent contract import you know, as an independent contractor. You should have the right to accept or refuse? Whatever ride you want. I'm however, both Uber lifted keep a record. It's your acceptance rating. Right. So if are certain right comes across your platform across the app, and you decide not to accept that ride you get penalized for that. And after a while if you in many Ryan, Weber, you can be an independent contractor and still have to abide by rules of the person that you're an independent contractor for well in terms of the yeah. In terms of the business model that may not be working for for the drivers in this case that doesn't make you an employee. Yeah. That that doesn't because the other side of that, Santiago. Would be okay everybody has to accept you know, every ride or they create new rules or or scenarios there. Now, again, it it helps you it is an incentive as I mentioned. I mean, I'm just looking at it from the outside because I don't drive for over. And I there are things that I don't know. But the business model the reason that they put it in. There would be an incentive for you to accept a wider ranging type of affairs. And so that would get you again a higher rating, but also tavern jout likely your earnings on a higher average.."