“No Uber Monday!”, Drivers’ Log-OFF protest organised by RSDU on 10 April 2017,was successfully completed, creating driver shortages in morning and afternoon peak hours in many locations across Melbourne. More than 1200 Uber drivers took part in this protest, disrupting the service and creating surges and much higher than usual driver demand across the city. The message of our protest was successfully communicated to the press and received overwhelming nationwide media attention. It was covered by almost every news outlet across the country. This was RSDU’s 3rd organised strike since February this year and we are yet to hear an acceptable response to our demands from Uber management. Uber on 10/4/2017 released the following statement to the press, “We’re always happy to speak directly with drivers at our partner support centres”. (Source: AAP) RSDU disagree with this approach, the reasons are as follow: A) Uber has failed to provide an adequate channel for drivers feedback that could be trusted to result in any substantial change. Drivers have been voicing their concerns on unacceptably low base fares since April 2016. Uber received overwhelmingly high negative feedback, yet did nothing to improve... [Read more] Read More: http://ridesharedriversunited.com/rsdu-no-uber-monday-log-off-strike-results/ .