Aside from corporate greed, is there really any reason for a Nice The Peanuts Hippie Driver Peace And Love Shirt delivery fee that doesn’t almost 100% go to the driver? I get that maybe there is a modicum of cost in pizza boxes, replacing the insulated bags, and in some cases napkins, plasticware, etc. that the company is putting out, but I can’t imagine that’s more than a few pennies per delivery. Even an 80/20 split seems excessive, let alone 50/50.When I delivered for a smaller pizza spot, the delivery fee was for “new insulation bags, car toppers, and delivery condiments.” Which of course is such bullshit because I worked there for two years and they only ever bought maybe six new insulation bags and nothing else.
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I get what you’re saying, but as a consumer, I like to know what I’m paying for. I feel like a “delivery fee” is a bit disingenuous and a lot of people assume it goes to the driver and in some cases don’t tip as a result (even if a $1.50 tip is pretty shit anyway). If there’s a reason for Pizza Hut getting an extra 76 cents an order, I’d kind of like to Nice The Peanuts Hippie Driver Peace And Love Shirt know if it’s due to actual operating costs or just because what are you going to do about it. There’s no point getting hung up on how fees are classified (i.e. if they’re part of the menu price or part of the delivery fee). The employees’ total compensation is what matters.
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