The Future of Work
We’re putting people in the driver’s seat when it comes to how and when they work. Read our report to learn more about our vision.
We believe workers should have access to strong earning opportunities with low barriers to entry.
We believe workers should be able to work when, how, and for however long they want.
We invest in policies and products to enhance Dasher and community safety.
Fast Stats from the 2022 US Dasher Survey
On average, Dashers deliver for fewer than 4 hours per week
45% of Dashers are people of color
57% of Dashers are women
Flexibility enables 82% of Dashers to spend time with family or care for loved ones.
Dashing helped 28% avoid payday loans and 30% avoid government benefits.
39% of Dashers are parents with children under 18
Our Vision for a New Benefits Framework
Benefits should be connected to the individual so workers can move from platform to platform without interruption or loss of funding.
Benefits like healthcare stipends and access to PTO/leave should be available in proportion to how much workers choose to work.
Allow workers to choose the benefits they want or need, accounting for the different ways people work with app-based platforms like DoorDash.
Alonzo delivers some of the best food Staten Island has to offer. DoorDash's safety features give him peace of mind while he's earning on his own schedule.
Financial Resources for Dashers
DoorDash partners with organizations that increase access to opportunity
National Urban League Financial Empowerment Program
Through our partnership with the National Urban League Dashers can enroll in free on-demand courses on financial topics like savings, investing, credit, and auto financing.
UnidosUS Caminos Financial Empowerment
Through Caminos, eligible Dashers anywhere in the United States can receive remote online financial coaching, available in both English and Spanish, to support them as they pursue their financial goals.
Dasher Financial Empowerment in Canada
DoorDash has established partnerships with leading organizations in Canada like WoodGreen Community Services and ABC Life Literacy to increase access to financial literacy for Canadian Dashers.
We’ve partnered with the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to empower homeless and formerly homeless Veterans to become financially self-sufficient.
International Rescue Committee
We’ve partnered with the International Rescue Committee to support immigrant and refugee communities to access financial resources and earning opportunities.
Dasher Community Council
Launched in 2019, the Dasher Community Council (DCC) is a diverse group of nine Dashers that works to ensure that all Dashers feel valued, included, and appreciated.
Canadian Dasher Community Council
Launched in 2021, the Canadian Dasher Community Council is composed of a diverse set of Dashers from across Canada, advocating on behalf of the Dasher community.