This Thursday, Uber announced to partner with the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL). This partnership is to benefit the cab service’s driver-partners. It will offer discounts on fuel from IOC’s retail spots. This comes under the company’s UberCARE program. In a statement, the company said that already 12,000 driver-partners have registered in for this benefit.
After a disappointing start in the market, Uber is doing its best to keep its employees happy and to stay with the company. For this, the company has started a program: UberCARE. Under this, the company provides certain benefits and offers, in turn taking care of the company’s soul: driver-partners.
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Following the same, for its Indian driver-partners, the company has partnered with the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL). This will offer benefits and discounts on fuel for the drivers.
In a recently given statement by the company, it said that 12,000 driver-partners have already registered for this benefit.
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The statement provided by the company also added that the following benefit will be availed on IOCL fuel spots, over petrol, diesel and CNG.
… through our association, we will provide one more reason to the driver partners to fuel with us.
– Vigyan Kumar (Exec. Director, retailer sales, IOC)
Uber India and South Asia Head of Cities: Prabhjeet Singh, said that the partnership is targetted at easing the cost of fuel. He added that this, in turn, will provide its driver-partners to earn a livelihood. The company is doing its best by various programs and incentives to look after its employees and driver partners.