Vehicle inspection done. Waiting on "Criminal History Check - Uber to Provide" and "'X' Condition - Uber to Provide"
I wouldn’t hire anyone to work AS A DRIVER for me with a drinking and driving conviction. You’ve kind of disqualified yourself from that profession with your choice 13 years ago.Yes. Really. 13 years ago.
Hahaha. Of course it’s relevant to a private employer.Because it was drink driving 13 years ago... I think for most states in Australia that kind of offence is no longer relevant after 10 years. Nice work comparing drink driving to child abuse. Which one of us is the monster?
Voigtstr, I read this to mean that you need at least three members from Tasmania who have been designated as ‘active members’.I believe maybe? https://uberpeople.net/threads/adding-a-city-to-the-world-forums.54770/ says "If you would like a city to be added to the forum, you must have a minimum of three active users in that market. Post a new thread in this forum ('World') with the name of your city as the title. Once you have three forum members in that thread, and in that city, a sub-forum will be created." It might have to be people who have flagged themselves with the location of Hobart.
It is very interesting reading this comment in light of the recent events in Tempe, AZ. With the current information available, the driver Rafaela Vasquez, 44, was in control of the self-driving Volvo SUV on Sunday.I wouldn’t hire anyone to work AS A DRIVER for me with a drinking and driving conviction. You’ve kind of disqualified yourself from that profession with your choice 13 years ago.
Would you hire a person with a child abuse conviction as a nanny if it happened 13 years ago?
Would you hire an accountant who defrauded his company 13 years ago to manage your finances?
I can only imagine the lawsuit if they hired someone who was convicted of drunk driving and then they went out and did the same thing again and hurt a passenger.
Why would Uber take such a risk? Drivers are a dime a dozen.
Voigtstr, Tasweb and A380, I have even started a Canberra thread that centres on Hobart and the Premier of Tasmania and his dad to make it easier for the three of you on your journey to ‘active member’ status: https://uberpeople.net/threads/direct-flights-between-canberra-and-hobart.249075/.Voigtstr, I read this to mean that you need at least three members from Tasmania who have been designated as ‘active members’.
‘Active member’ comes after ‘member’ and before ‘well-known member’.
Tasweb and you at present have the designation of ‘member’ rather than ‘active member’. A380 is currently designated as a ‘new member’.
So the three of you will need to make many more posts until each of you becomes an ‘active member’.
Don’t limit yourselves to matters specific to Tasmania. And don’t be shy about venturing into the sub-forums of other cities. In particular, we’d be delighted if you chose to contribute actively to the Canberra sub-forum.
Hobart and Canberra are both smaller cities and do not have a Greenlight Hub. Many of the underlying issues are therefore similar.
So get ACTIVE, young man.