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  • We're proud to do our part in helping riders get to the polls on Election Day.


    Uber Wants to Help You "Get to the Polls" on Election Day - Glassdoor Blog

    Uber is making it easier than ever to get to your polling place on Election Day, November 6. The ride-share app is helping Americans get to their local polling place with the click of a button.

  • Proud to be featured in this list!


    12 Companies That Will Pay You to Travel the World - Glassdoor Blog

    You've been bit by the travel bug. But you don't have to wait for your vacation days to kick in to travel the world; you can go global with your job instead.

  • “We have an ambitious set of bets in front of us - Freight, multi-modal transport platform, Elevate, autonomous - and each have a wide range of technical challenges.”

    - Shimul Sachdeva, Engineering Manager on the Safety & Insurance Engineering team, in a recent Q&A with Glassdoor. Read about her career journey, the complex technical challenges her team is solving, and why she’s excited about the future of Uber.


    Inside the New Uber According to A Female Engineering Manager - Glassdoor Blog

    "2017 was a tough year for Uber, especially for female engineers." What may seem like an understatement to some, was a clarion call to those truly dedicated to Uber's mission and impact. For engineering manager Shimul Sachdeva, Uber's months-long stretch in the spotlight was a humbling experience that made way for her company's new chapter and culture.

  • "Whether you are an LGBTQ-identifying candidate or an ally that wants to work for an inclusive company, then you’ll want to send your resume to the following businesses." — Glassdoor

    Proud to be #1 and in great company. ��️‍��


    20 Companies That Champion LGBTQ Equality Hiring Now - Glassdoor Blog

    From marketing campaigns, core company values and public support of Equality, to hiring and health care benefits-corporate America can be a champion for LGBTQ equality when they demonstrate their true commitment.

  • "My goal is to make Uber the most inclusive company on the planet where all employees feel safe, supported, and empowered to be successful." — Liane Hornsey, Chief People Officer


    An Inside Look at How We're Changing Uber

    An Inside Look at How We're Changing Uber Every week, we run a global all hands meeting for our 18,000 Uber employees. For one hour, teams from all

  • "Diversity and inclusion isn't just about redesigning a single system or a process, but also about giving people real developmental opportunities that change everyday behaviors and attitudes."

    Hear more from Bo Young Lee, our Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, and explore our 2018 Diversity Report.


  • What's it like to lead a company through culture change? Liane Hornsey, our Chief People Officer, reflects on her first year at Uber.


    Six Lessons from My First Year at Uber

    In January 2017 I joined Uber as Chief People Officer. I don't often reflect on my work publicly but now that I've hit the one-year mark I have a few thoughts to share. As you know, Uber had a rollercoaster 2017.

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