Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Uber’s first diversity report is an important step to fixing its lackluster reputation

Amid numerous scandals — including but not limited to prostitution, sexism, and some shady software use — Uber has made a bid for transparency by releasing its first diversity report. To sum up, 15-percent of Uber’s technical workers — and 36-percent of its workers overall — are women, including 22-percent of its leadership. That’s certainly not a terrible percentage overall. You can almost hear Uber pleading for mercy in its report, because it goes on to say that 41-percent of new hires last year were women. It probably won’t cut ice with Uber’s legion of critics, especially those lobbying against the company’s perceived misogyny.…

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