The city’s hauling industry is in the midst of a boom and the latest hire has a message for Toronto’s drivers: Take your time.
In a recent video posted to YouTube, two Toronto hauler workers speak in front of a video camera in the middle of the road.
“Take the time to be courteous,” one of the workers says.
“Just take your time.”
In a video posted by the Toronto Taxi Workers Alliance, they speak about their own time-consuming workdays.
“We all go into work every day, and it’s just really hard, but we are here for one reason: to provide service to the people of Toronto,” one worker said.
The video ends with the workers explaining how they have to get their clients to pay for their time.
“It’s hard to do that when you’re dealing with so many other things,” one hauler worker said of the hours that it takes to get to and from their clients’ homes.
In the video, the two hauler employees can be seen chatting on the phone with each other as they wait for a delivery.
“I don’t know how many times I’ve had to do this,” one man said.
“I think about how many hours it takes and how many extra minutes it takes, and I don’t like that.”
Another man in the video said, “I just want to get a cab home.
That’s what my family’s going to do.
So we just take the cab home and just go home.”
The Toronto Taxi Worker Alliance is a group of taxi drivers who support the city’s taxi industry.
They are trying to help drivers get more work, more pay and better customer service.
The taxi drivers in the group have been pushing for better working conditions for some time.
In February, they launched a petition on Change.org calling for a minimum wage increase to $15 per hour.
The petition garnered over 5,400 signatures and was the largest in the history of the Toronto taxi drivers’ union.
The Toronto Taxi Drivers Alliance said it’s working on a minimum-wage increase.
The drivers say they have received a lot of support from the public, the city and the taxi companies themselves.
They said their union is working on increasing the minimum wage in the city.
But they said they also face some challenges.
“Our drivers are really good drivers,” said one hauling driver.
“But we are getting into the age of technology.
So if you are getting a phone call and the phone is ringing off the hook, you are not going to have the patience for it.”