Doordash has a problem.
And they’re cracking down.
I just wonder if their solution to their problem ends up creating a bigger problem for them in the long run.
Doordash has updated their deactivation policy and they’ve kinda taken on the Grubhub practice of bullying their drivers into submission. Drivers are scared of losing their income. Why are they doing this? Are these justified changes? How can the independent delivery professional work within this updated Doordash deactivation environment?
Let’s talk about this, especially from the perspective that we are running a business and that Doordash is our CUSTOMER, not our employer.