- San Francisco, United States
- 10000+ Employees
- 16 Locations
- Type: Company - Public (UBER)
- Founded in 2009
- Revenue: $10+ billion (USD)
- Internet & Web Services
What people are saying about Uber
7 months ago
Hello, I am looking for any leads on remote roles such as: Sr talent coordinator, mobility coordinator, people operations coordinator, HR generalist assistant, executive assistant or anything related. I currently work for Uber & I love my job, but my commute is 1.5 hours each way (we are hybrid) and it's getting difficult with a young child in school. I can send my resume to anyone with any leads. Thanks all!
a year ago
I currently work at Uber in their Accounting team as a manager, my previous work experience includes Audit at KPMG. I want to transition into Finance and although my bosses at Uber mentioned that they would help me transition into Finance after a year it’s not guaranteed as Finance falls under another Org. That said, I just got an offer as a Manager in KPMG FDD which would be a great way to transition into Finance, but I’d be taking a $15k pay cut. What are your thoughts and what would you do?
a year ago
Am I crazy to think we’ve reached market share as best as we could? I’ve only been at Uber 3 months (~1.5 sales YOE) but I feel like I’m racing with my colleagues in the same territory. If we do get canned as a result, I’d like to begin going into venture capital/private equity but in client-facing roles. Would this transition be doable or do VCs/PEs seriously require you to be bankers
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Building for scale. Moving at speed. Directly impacting the daily lives of people across the world. Working and winning as a team. It’s what makes being an Uber Engineer incredibly rewarding—and challenging.
Looking for a challenge that would allow him to use a decade of professional experience, Leo Fabra joined Uber in 2018 to help grow our platform in Spain. Since then, he has played a role in launching, scaling, and improving local products, and the “positive impact on people's lives and daily habits is incredibly rewarding,” he shares. “It's fulfilling to know that the work we do at Uber makes a significant difference in how people move and connect.” Why join today, we asked him: “Unparalleled opportunity to make a real impact,” he explains in our latest blog.
Uber Awards & Accolades
- Best Places to Work 2023, Builtin, 2023
- Best HR Department, Comparably, 2023
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