Not all DoorDash tips actually go to the courier at the top of an order summary.
The company's opaque system, which went viral this week after a New York Times reporter worked for the company and wrote about his experience, has now come under fire from critics and customers who call their tipping system misleading.
In short, every DoorDash order has a guaranteed minimum income for the employee who completes the job. If the total ends up being less than that guarantee, DoorDash kicks the rest of the money. But in a small number of cases, the tip can also help make that difference.
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In light of that news, we asked some of the world's most prominent launch setups for gig economy, many working almost exactly like DoorDash, about their tipping policy.
This is what the companies said: