Thursday, June 1, 2017

Lyft bests Uber (and others) in latest diversity report

This week, Lyft released its first diversity report, accounting for the gender and ethnicity of its employees. And, for a tech company, it has a greater than average number of female employees. According to the report, 42-percent of Lyft employees in total identify as female, and 36-percent of leadership. This gives it a leg up on its main competition, Uber. In the latter’s 2017 diversity report, 36-percent of its employees are female. On the tech side, things are a little bleak. 15-percent of Uber’s tech employees are women, while Lyft’s numbers are slightly better at 18-percent. It’s not encouraging that so few of…

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