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Rideshare drivers are working together to fight for fairer and safer jobs.


The biggest ever survey of ride-share drivers has revealed the poor pay, violence and sexual assaults they face every day at work.
 
A TWU and Rideshare Driver Co-Operative survey of 1,100 ride-share drivers shows drivers’ worries about their safety, making enough money to stay on the road, and the lack of responses from ride-share companies about their concerns.

Here's what they told us:


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Are you a ride-share driver, and want to be part of the movement to make ride-share jobs fairer and safer?
Join the conversation at the Rideshare Driver Co-Operative Facebook group.

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