Bike Courier in York, North Yorkshire
It was great for the first few months, but I guess when people started losing jobs they started at Just Eat. The first 2 months I was making 30-60 a week working as many hours as I could. However I have managed to have 1 shift since mid-November. I assume a lot of people were saving for Christmas.Deliveries between £4.50-12 per delivery.
Food Delivery Driver (Independent Contractor) in Chelmsford
Flexible hours but not bery good pay
Nice work to do part time as your the boss and don't get told what to do. However some times pay can be poor due to shortage of work or they reduce your pay according to your ratings. The good thing is I find it safer to drive in Chelmsford then London
Delivery Driver in Fareham
No guarantee of hrs, money keeps dropping, yo many drivers, support is not good, have to be on app all the time to pick up extra work, if you question them you get get less, company needs looking into as its a farce, 3 hrs runs, spend more time in queue than delivering, waiting time payment is poor, sometimes nothing, working for nothing at times,others minimum wage, before insurance and fuel, everyone of the drivers are not happy
Driver in Eastbourne, East Sussex
Regular shifts, flexible and with earning potential when you need it.The deliveries can come thick and fast with your own intuition to earn more and more.Opportunity at any day and time.
Courier Driver in Pilsworth, Greater Manchester
Good pay but management dont bother
I have been working for the company for about a month now. The pay is good when you get work and they pay you on time so far. You have to be on your phone day and night to get any runs to work and then it’s only 4 hours a day. You contact the management online and receive the same template email over again about availability and work. Had an issue once and spent 45/50 minutes on the phone and still on one answered it. The company does not care about its drivers as their is no management infrastructure if you need help or advise. Overall I would say the pay is good but you have to spend all your free time trying to get work from the app. Support is zero and you have to make your own decisions. Good example was when I came across a driver under the influence of either drink/drugs. I contacted the police and followed the car to the end of my work zone. If I went any further I would have lost out on my fees for the run and told the police operator I can not follow no more. I contacted Just Eat to ask about this policy and never received any response regarding the matter. If you want to waste your days and nights on the app for any runs to come then it’s the best place to work. If not best find something better.