Susan Fowler, a software engineer based in Berkeley, California, published a lengthy account of a year’s time at Uber that involved ongoing sexual harassment and an HR department reluctant to take action against it.
The story, published on her personal blog on Sunday night (Feb.
Furthermore, it's important for companies to take advantage of screening or background checks so they can know if a potential employee or executive has a history of problematic behavior.
I replied and said that I was sure Uber SRE could find room in their budget to buy leather jackets for the, what, six women if it could afford to buy them for over a hundred and twenty men.
The director replied back, saying that if we women really wanted equality, then we should realize we were getting equality by not getting the leather jackets.
It can be difficult to pinpoint these characteristics in people, but in the interest of protecting companies and most importantly, people, it is necessary.
Those clamoring to #Delete Uber will have one more reason to do so.
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