We took an important step forward in our commitment to safety and transparency today. And It will make us a better company. Turning the lights on
I learned long ago that earning and keeping the public’s trust requires self-reflection and a willingness to challenge orthodoxies that limited us in the past. So today, we at Uber are making some changes. Read more: [
Excited about the big changes that give victims of sexual assault and harassment more choices, and hopeful the company’s commitment to release data will help shine a light on the epidemic of sexual violence. #DoTheRightThing
I am excited to work with moving forward. Today they are taking a bold first step announced by Chief Legal Officer Tony West to combat sexual assault and harassment. Thanks and read more about it here
Wow! Bravo to and for ending forced arbitration and disinfecting the dark corners of sexual harassment: Very bold move that others must follow. Watch my interview with Dara at #WITW in April:
Uber no longer forcing harassment survivors into arbitration is a genuinely positive development. They deserve credit. But they're only allowing people to bring individual cases, not class-action, which is often the only way to get justice.