With regards to my comment on why can't times be bad for the taxi companies as well, I simply mean that if times are bad for the taxi drivers, then taxi companies will also face bad times. The companies can't be happily taking all the rental as per usual when this situation involves ALL taxi drivers. Please note that I only mean Taxi companies. I do not mean that any other agency or even that the government should come up with money or what stuff.... It's a kind of Employer/employee thing, though technically Taxi drivers are not employees.Originally posted by Snowcrash
So when we lose our job, how long can we last if I had to dig out MORE than $100/day from our a/c?
Financial planning is important for salaried people but more for those running a business/self-employed.
Key word:- Cashflow.
I don't understand your sentence "times are bad for taxi drivers, theny why can't times be bad for the company as well?" Pls explain.
And read in 8th May Newpaper how a Degree Holder taxi driver survived during this tough times... for him.
With regards to your kind reference to read the newspaper on the DEGREE HOLDER taxi driver. I did read, he's cool. He's a DEGREE HOLDER. What more can I say?? I seriously doubt that your average cabbie is a degree holder. Well, maybe I'm out of it but the cabbies I usually get are not.
Though I agree that the others will do well to emulate such business tactics.