Ola In Trouble! Drivers Protest At Chennai Office

Close to 100 Ola drivers have gathered at the company’s Chennai office protesting on several issues, reports ET.

According to the drivers, Ola has set a high performance bar which makes it tougher for incentives. Also, Ola Micro which is the cheapest ride being offered by Ola [ Rs 6/km] does not pay enough to the drivers.

The drivers have also protested citing that the company forces drivers to take nine rides during the peak hours in a day and no incentive is provided if the drivers fail to do so.

The Ola drivers also wants to remove the hurdle of customer feedback and the star rating, which also decides on their incentive. The Bangalore-based company has asked for 10 days to resolve the issue.

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