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Uber’s desperate attempt to turn Melbourne Australia into its next big market comes at drivers expense. RSDU was formed to bring RideShare drivers together and help them change the situation right here right now!
RSDU is now taking its first step in communicating collective action and requesting all Uber drivers in Melbourne Australia “NOT” to log on this Monday 27th of February, between 7AM to 12PM, while the Taxis are protesting. This to send a clear message to Uber management and the Victorian Government: Uber drivers are not happy with their pay and working conditions which often amount to borderline exploitation when considering all driver tax liabilities and car expenses.
Drivers having to deal with fast car depreciation, Insurance, Registration, GST implications, Car maintenance, services and major repairs, traffic and parking fines, widely fluctuating petrol prices and the lack of support or willingness to listen at Uber management. Enough is enough!
Why Monday? Why protest while the Taxi industry are protesting?
There will be a lot of media attention on that day. It is a great day to quickly get the message across to the media. The disruption will coincide with a taxi strike thus creating a noticeable shortage of drivers in peak hours in Melbourne. News outlets will be informed accordingly, based on the result of our joint action.
There is safety in numbers. RSDU is here to represent members and help them bring a strong and clear message to Uber management. Please join us on that day and help spread the news among other drivers. The more logged OFF drivers on 27th of February, the better the results.
This action in Melbourne is the first shot in a long battle. Join our newsletter and Stay tuned for more.
Thank you for your support. Only together can we make a difference!
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