Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Uber attempts to fix its image with hires and fires

Back in February, Uber’s boat was violently rocked when a former engineer published a blog post alleging sexism within the company’s management – from team leaders making sexual advances to a lack of oversight, to mishandled performance reviews and even denying female employees company swag. Responding to the post, CEO Travis Kalanick appointed former US Attorney General Eric Holder to conduct an independent review into these issues specific issues. Following a month-long delay of the investigation’s findings, Uber has now let more than 20 employees go – including some senior executives – reports Bloomberg. That’s after looking into 215 HR…

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