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Grab drivers ‘strike’ over huge cut in bonuses

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disgraceful, though usually the way things are done over here

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A great reminder of how important tips can be to these hardworking folks. I am always happy to tip at least 40 baht and appreciate how much easier my life is because of these services. 

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35 minutes ago, tf6122 said:

A great reminder of how important tips can be to these hardworking folks. I am always happy to tip at least 40 baht and appreciate how much easier my life is because of these services. 

I do 10-20baht for normal delivery. 40baht if raining.

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I only tip if they are fast. Currently looks as if they take multiple orders before delivering. Takes much longer then before. 

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14 minutes ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

if people "work" from home, why not cook your own food, too lazy ?

Yes im a lazy <deleted>.. i don't cook every meal. Im supporting the local shops areyou to cheap to do so ?

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18 minutes ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

if people "work" from home, why not cook your own food, too lazy ?

I've even taken up baking!

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Absolutely GREAT to hear they are on strike.  I am handicapped and can only walk short distances.  Now maybe all the handicapped parking slots at Tesco's and many other major shopping areas will not be totally filled with GRAB bikes waiting for customers.  It is absolutely disgraceful here in Thailand that people without any visible handicap fill up these spaces others have an actual need to use.

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2 hours ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

if people "work" from home, why not cook your own food, too lazy ?

If they work from home maybe they don't have time to go out to buy supplies to cook either?

Maybe they work from home with children still away from schools, going out is not an option.

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17 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Importantly, we have to rush to do more deliveries to score more points … which is putting us and others at risk of accidents.”

 

Putting them at risk? They and the other delivery service(s) such as Panda in CM are now the single most dangerous factor of being out on the roads. Their flagrant disregard to other peoples safety while speeding out of control is atrocious. Now they are saying they will essentially be more callous on the roads is fully unacceptable and out of line..

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My wife's sister sells shrimps and Grab company takes 35% from the price of the goods they deliver.

On the other hand, their employees are staying without bonuses.

Someone is getting greedy. Guess who

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45 minutes ago, WebGuy said:

My wife's sister sells shrimps and Grab company takes 35% from the price of the goods they deliver.

On the other hand, their employees are staying without bonuses.

Someone is getting greedy. Guess who

It’s 30% but they are still greedy Fs

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17 hours ago, cyril sneer said:

disgraceful, though usually the way things are done over here

Same in Singapore, I read.

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