June 20: Kalanicks break becomes permanent when the CEO resigns
June 20: Kalanick's break becomes permanent when the CEO resigns
February 19: The beginning
Susan Fowler starts it all with her reflections on "one very, very strange year at Uber."Fowler, a former engineer at the company, alleges in a blog post that she was sexually harassed at Uber and experienced gender bias during her time at the company. She claims a manager propositioned her and asked for sex, but she says her complaints to Uber's human resources department were dismissed because the manager was a high performer. Uber continued to ignore her complaints, and her manager threatened to fire her for reporting things to HR, she says.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick immediately pledges to look into Fowler's allegations.Kalanick responds within hours of the post's publication to say that what Fowler said she experienced was "abhorrent & against everything we believe in." Uber hires Eric Holder, a former US attorney general, to lead an independent investigation into its workplace culture.
A few days later, the that suggests Fowler's claims were not isolated.Employees did cocaine during a company retreat and a manager had to be fired after groping multiple women, according to the report. Former employees tell the Times they notified Uber's leadership, including Kalanick and CTO Thuan Pham, about workplace harassment.
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