UberEats claimed the possibility of making a thousand Hong Kong dollars a day in its recruitment campaign at end 2016.
It attracted a large number of job seekers lining up at the recruitment posts.
Eventually it recruited more than 700 candidates to join.
It is reported that more than 200 of them are converted from other food couriers like Food Panda, Deliveroo, etc. and probably from the courier companies as well.
Greater freedom yet still making some money are the key propositions from UberEats
3 hours work in a day
Base salary + pay per delivery
Working with millennlials
Millennials need a lot of coaching – employers may team them up with senior and make good use of online tools for helping. Full-time + part-time taskforce.
Millennials tend to work only the minimum time expected. They want flexibility and a reduced work schedule to create more time for other pursuits – when they prove as expected, their companies could be more flexible.
Millennials get bored easily and change jobs frequently – while the employers can do as much as they can such as seconding, they can also set achiever examples to enlighten the millennials’ motivation for success in career.
Recruit form social media – go where they go and make good use of digital media. A case – UPS recruit successfully from Facebook and Twitter, with a short film “A day in UPS”.