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qz.com/952445/uber-has-crossed-the-line-from-motivating-employees-to-actively-manipulating-them

Apr 7, 2017 ... A recent article in the New York Times explains that the ride-sharing service Uber ... on the drivers' app to encourage them to change their behavior. ... But evidently Uber can experiment on its drivers with no repercussions.

therideshareguy.com/how-uber-uses-behavior-modification-to-control-its-drivers

Oct 17, 2016 ... It obscures the line between contractor and employee and puts the company at risk ... One of the newest additions to the Uber driver app shows drivers .... In rideshare, the goals will be what the company wants: driving in certain .... lawyers (they have more than you do), laws (they can pay to change them), ...

www.fastcompany.com/3062622/how-ubers-app-manages-drivers-without-technically-managing-drivers

Aug 9, 2016 ... World Changing Ideas ... [Photo: Flickr user Max Klingensmith; App Photo: Columbia Pictures ... posts in five online forums for Uber drivers to investigate how ride-sharing ... Before an Uber driver accepts a job, he or she can see the pick-up ... but it means drivers sometimes accept rides that aren't profitable.

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/04/02/technology/uber-drivers-psychological-tricks.html

Apr 2, 2017 ... Change the number of drivers in this ride-share simulation. ... employees interact more with unfamiliar colleagues when they can ... A screengrab of a prompt that Eli Solomon, an Uber driver in the Chicago area, received on his app. .... Over the past 20 years, behavioral economists have found evidence for ...

techcrunch.com/2016/03/10/splt-corporate-ridesharing

Mar 10, 2016 ... SPLT is bringing ridesharing to the corporate world. ... such as encouraging mentor sessions to foster internal employee growth, ... SPLT is trying to change behaviors by making ridesharing a perk and by ... The Apple Watch can accurately detect hypertension and sleep apnea, a new study suggests. Undo.

www.theverge.com/2017/9/26/16366104/uber-driver-rider-feedback-rating-pool

Sep 26, 2017 ... Behavior modification therapy, via a company that has its share of bad habits. ... a notification will appear when they open the Uber app to let them know ... overall “ 180 days of change” apology tour that it hopes will help shore up its ... If you want those cheaper carpool fares, you're going to have to be cool ...

money.cnn.com/2014/08/04/technology/uber-lyft/index.html

Aug 4, 2014 ... Many drivers use multiple taxi and ride-sharing apps, so they can pick up ... in late July, told CNNMoney he was hailed by Uber employees who tried to recruit him. ... driver behavior, vehicle maintenance and dispatching rides -- Uber and ... vehicle's base ID on its picture on the app, per TLC requirements.

www.planetizen.com/node/74522/decline-carpooling%E2%80%94can-app-based-carpooling-reverse-trend

Feb 25, 2015 ... The Decline of CarpoolingCan App-Based Carpooling Reverse the Trend? ... A decline in the number of employees at worksites as employers disperse ... A greater understanding of the change in carpooling behavior is a ...

www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20150524/TRANSPORTATION/150529933/yet-another-ride-service-only-this-one-is-different

May 24, 2015 ... Uber may be changing the way New Yorkers hail a cab, but the one app-based ride-share service that actually involves sharing a ride is gaining momentum. ... of testing out theories of human behavior modeled by its scientist founders. ... Via takes about 7% on cars that can carry up to four passengers and ...