So I've been working for AirBnB since April of last year. Most of the time, it's great. You get photo requests through their website, you message the hosts, schedule the shoot and then shoot. Later, you edit and upload 10 or more pictures and click done. In about 2 weeks, you usually get a check for $50 plus a little for mileage.
However, over the past few months the requirements have changed. I have to give 12 minimum, instead of 10. I have to reply to requests in 24 hours instead of 48. And now I have to schedule the shoot with 4 days of the request (if you fail to do so, you lose the request) with a turnaround to upload in 4 days (no previous hardline requirement). The reviewers have become more stringent on the quality of the pictures. All this for... $50 plus a little for mileage.
I'm getting a little pissed off that they keep changing the rules while I get paid the same. Is there anyone else who is working for AirBnB that has found any success in getting a raise? Are there other companies that do this kinda of BS? I'd usually vent this on twitter but apparently they read my tweets.