The feeling of entitlement is ruining society.
Worse yet it shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
And now DoorDash issued a stern warning to customers who don’t pre-tip their employees. And it’s even more insane than you could imagine.
Entitlement is out-of-control
Once upon a time, if you were willing to work hard and dedicate yourself in America, you could build a great life for yourself and your family.
Of course, that’s something that the vast majority of the world can only dream of.
Yet, despite this reality, there seems to be a growing belief amongst many humans that their existence and desires entitles them to skip all the hard work and dedication and immediately reap all the rewards.
And this level of entitlement is about to destroy one of the most successful businesses in the United States.
Since the COVID pandemic, DoorDash has become one of the fastest growing companies in the country.
But recently, if you’ve used the DoorDash app, you may have noticed that sometimes your food delivery runs a little late.
Leave a tip… or else
By the time you get the food that you were looking forward to, it’s cold.
Now, DoorDash has given its consumers some thought-provoking advice on how to dodge the delays in service, and it should infuriate every American.
DoorDash has put a new pop-up on their app that tells its users that they should leave a tip in advance of actually receiving their food in order to avoid a delivery delay.
“Orders with no tip might take longer to get delivered — are you sure you want to continue?” the pop-up reads.
“Everyday, Dashers go the extra mile to help connect consumers with the best of their local communities,” DoorDash spokesperson Jenn Rosenberg claimed. “That’s why we encourage customers to show their appreciation by tipping.”
DoorDash is testing a new notification it hopes will encourage customers to leave a tip for delivery drivers.
"While the vast majority of customers do leave a tip, offers that don’t include a tip can be seen as less desirable — this impacts our entire community, leading to… pic.twitter.com/LEo44qYbwz
— ABC News (@ABC) November 2, 2023
How entitled do you have to be to demand that a customer pay a tip before actually receiving a service and threaten to not even perform the service if said tip is not paid?
Of course, it would be much less of a hassle for everyone involved if the multi-billion dollar company employing the delivery drivers actually paid them a decent rate for deliveries, rather than forcing their working class customers to pay – in addition to the cost of the food – a delivery fee and a 15% “service fee” on top of tipping their employees.
Today’s culture is filled with nothing but entitlement, which would explain a lot of the hardship the world is facing right now.