Taking the fight out of sharing: Juno let’s drivers be employees and offers equity in company

Juno will give its drivers the option of being employees so long as they agree to work exclusively for its service; whereas Uber skims 20 to 25 percent off the top of each fare, Juno will take 10 percent. And Juno patrons will have the ability to tip their drivers if they do choose. Most notably, Juno is offering everyone who signs up to drive for the service equity in the company, as long as they stay active with the company for two years. In fact, Marco said it is setting aside half of the founding shares to give to drivers over the next decade.