This week our host Dimples on Demand is joined by Ace Bantura and Centearious White.

We're talking all about:

  • Customers we hate to have to deal with
  • Customers who claim "tips shouldn't be guaranteed or expected, you have to earn them"
  • What customers could do differently to make our lives easier
  • What factors customers should take into account when deciding how much to tip
  • Common misconceptions people who don't do gig work seem to have about gig work and gig workers
  • Customers who claim "gig work isn't a real job"

We're always looking for new topics to discuss and gig workers to feature, so reach out if you'd like to take part in a podcast or ask our panel some questions of your own.

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TOpics of the week

What's the one thing customers regularly do or don't do that gets on your nerves?

Describe the type of customer you hate to have to deal with as a gig worker

What would you say to customers who claim "tips shouldn't be guaranteed or expected, you have to earn them."

What's the one shop or restaurant you hate to have to deliver from / shop at and why?

What's one thing customers could do differently to make your lives easier?

If you use gig platforms for your own needs, how do you try to be a better customer?

What factors should customers take into account when deciding how much to tip?

What's one common misconception people who don't do gig work seem to have about gig work and gig workers?

What's the one thing your friends and family (who don't do gig work) constantly ask you about your gig job?

What would you say to customers who claim "gig work isn't a real job"?