Raise Days: Recap!

What went down during Raise Days from Sept. 5 - 8? Workers came together across apps, and across the country, to fight for better pay — with demonstrations outside company offices, livestreams with lawmakers, and more. Check out the quick video recap!

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Emily D
Raise Days Day 2: elected officials are listening

For Day 2 of Raise Days, gig workers took part in a livestream speak-out with elected officials from across the country. We told our stories & talked about how local lawmakers are already working towards making our #PayUp goals into reality.

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what you get when you pay peanuts...

Yesterday, gig workers in San Francisco and Seattle delivered a message straight to the executives & employees of our companies: it’s time to #PayUp. And we didn’t show up empty-handed — we brought a special delivery: peanuts (because that’s what Instacart, DoorDash, and Postmates are paying workers) and messages from workers across the country calling for change.

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Emily D
Update: National #PayUp Meeting & Next Steps!

Hundreds of you joined us for our very first National #PayUp meeting on March 27. We came together and talked about how we go from big ideas to crafting real policy. We dug into some of the issues people are seeing across different apps. And we talked about the next steps we can all take to make gig companies finally #PayUp.

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100% of that tip goes to DoorDash's bottom line.

DoorDash promises to pay just $1 for any given job that comes from their own money. Past that one dollar – literally, one single dollar — the more the customer tips, the less DoorDash pays. They just replace pay with tips. And despite how much they like to say “transparency”, they don’t even actually show workers how much pay is coming from the company on a given job, and how much is from the tip.

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